This may not quite fit a bug, and may be more of a feature request. With my team’s setup we have many branches that are contained under a parent folder in TFS that could be considered as a theoretical branch. basically each project has a main stored in “prod” and then a branch stored in “Team-A”. For a Configuration I’m working on I want to build multiple things from the Team-A directory, and have a repo pointed at that relative folder.
The issue I have is that it’s not getting the latest that I expected. When I queue a build if I use (no branch) it finds the most recent changeset specifically on that relative folder and gets all the other branches version based on that changeset, so you may not have latest of those branches. If you queue the build using a specific branch it then only gets that branch. and none of the others under the relative folder.
Basically I would like it to use no branch as “latest of all subdirectories” as you would see if you view history on that relative folder.
Please let me know if you need more information or if I’m just using it wrong. The only way I can think to fix it as is would be to have a repository for every branch, but the maintenance on that would be far too great for our setup.