Cant find jetbrains.buildServer.vcs.VcsManager/Is docs for VCS plugin right

Hi,

I am currently evaluating TeamServer 1382 as a replacement for CruiseControl. I have successfully created a build configuration for our Java modules using CVS + maven2 and am very happy with the results however I would now like to setup a build configuration for our C++ modules which require Visual Source Safe 2005 + Visual Studio 2005.

I believe that Visual Source Safe 2005 is not supported currently so I would like to attempt to write a custom server side VCS plugin. I have looked at the Plugin Development documentation (http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Plugin+Development) however I am unable to find any source/class file containing jetbrains.buildServer.vcs.VcsManager. Can someone point me in the right direction?

BTW is the documentation up to date or is additional documentation available?

Thank you for help,

Leanne

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We are going to include VSS support to release TeamCity (v 1.0).

About VcsManager.
See WEB-INF\lib\server-openapi.jar\jetbrains\buildServer\vcs\
It contains VcsManager.class file. I can provide more detail instructions if
you're plunning to implement some vcs support :)

"Leanne Northrop" <lnorthrop@tisl.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I am currently evaluating TeamServer 1382 as a replacement for
CruiseControl. I have successfully created a build configuration for our
Java modules using CVS + maven2 and am very happy with the results however
I would now like to setup a build configuration for our C++ modules which
require Visual Source Safe 2005 + Visual Studio 2005.

>

I believe that Visual Source Safe 2005 is not supported currently so I
would like to attempt to write a custom server side VCS plugin. I have
looked at the Plugin Development documentation
(http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Plugin+Development)
however I am unable to find any source/class file containing
jetbrains.buildServer.vcs.VcsManager. Can someone point me in the right
direction?

>

BTW is the documentation up to date or is additional documentation
available?

>

Thank you for help,

>

Leanne



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Thank-you!

I look forward to using your VSS solution, hopefully in the near future?

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