Recently I came across a need to know where a Team Foundation Server 2010 build definition dropped the files after a successful build. I probably could have written a custom Activity and queried TFS in C# code, but the build definition in question heavily leverages PowerShell and the Psake domain specific language, so I wanted to keep it in PowerShell (as it’s my new favorite thing). Searching around on Google, I did find some promising leads, but nothing that was both targeted towards the TFS 2010 API, and PowerShell 2.0.
So without any more preamble, here is what I [...]
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