March 7, 2016

Git Extensions not working in Visual Studio 2015

I'm not a fan of git command line so I use Git Extensions to conduct all the git operations as possible and I've been using it for 2 years. It's really a great tool. Recently I start using VS 2015 in one of my projects and after installation, I can't seem to find Git Extentions in the context menu or toolbar. It's just gone!

OK so I took a look at the official site and found it unsupported for VS 2015 and it's a known issue.

Luckily, there's a VS 2015 extension to this issue. After installing it, I see Git Extensions tool buttons appear in the toolbar. If you still can't see it, right click on the toolbar and see if it's unchecked.


1 comment:

Brandon Wheeler said...

Extremely need tools you've shared. I had some problems with the git extensions, but a right solution was quite simple and was based
on the download dll files download dll files first and further testes directly Visual Studio,
however, it's worth noting that I switched to the use of console applications and began to use demo 2017 version. We'll see if it good for use as soon as I make my first projects.