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    Miller, Joshua commented  · 

    Windows 10 now supports a dark themed file explorer. IOS now has a dark mode. Google apps have a dark mode. Time for Dark mode to come back to SSMS!

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    Miller, Joshua commented  · 

    This is a big deal. We have literally hundreds of scripts saved in our Visual Studio Online environment (i.e. TFS). Now that version 18 no longer supports the 'hack' to re-enable source control in management studio, working with our source controlled files is a huge problem. We really do need source control in management studio!

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    <=-=Sep 5 2016 6:18AM=-=>

    Teams working with SSMS solutions for ad-hoc T-SQL code also require the ability to integrate those solutions with TFS

    <=-=Nov 4 2016 8:54AM=-=>

    This issue needs to be addressed. Integration with some sort of source control solution – including Visual Studio Team Services and Git – is something that should be available in every Microsoft Developer Tool.

    <=-=Nov 4 2016 11:47PM=-=>

    I agree with both previous posts, The SDLC requirements of many of the consulting gigs I have worked require that my SQL Dev work be included in existing Source Control repositories. I am primarily working with SSMS solutions and this has always been a pain point for me. Now that some companies are using the GitHub repository it feels even harder to maintain the SQL code without a nice Msft plugin to help.

    Even with the previously available MSSCCI Provider which allowed…

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