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TFS extension in Eclipse Plugin Development [message #1818507] Tue, 17 December 2019 21:41
Che Bumagat is currently offline Che BumagatFriend
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I'm developing a plugin that has TFS as the source control. Basically, I changed some files on the project and when I'm done, I'm expecting the files that got changed to be in the Pending state.

This is true for the files that got updated but not for the folders that I renamed. I cannot see them unless I manually go the project and click on the popup menu to `Detect Local Changes` and pend the changes myself.

I need a way to call this programmatically.

Does someone know how to do this?

Appreciate the help.

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