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If you have a lot of TFS build definitions for your projects, its been a bit of a hassle that there is no way to organize and manage them in Team Explorer other than a long flat list. Well, the good folks at Inmeta have released the Inmeta Build Explorer tool which displays build definitions in a hierarchy where names use a . notation to delineate the hierarchy. Since most folks have been implementing a naming standard for builds which at least organize build definitions for ordering, this doesn’t seem like too big a limitation to me.
Jakob Ehn has a good post on it here. Download the Inmeta Build Explorer from the Visual Studio Gallery today!
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