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TFS plugin did not support version 2005

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      Since version 4.0.0 is the TFS plugin not supporting TFS Server 2005 (and probably TFS Server 2008) anymore. It would be nice to say the drop of support in changelog on website
      https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Team+Foundation+Server+Plugin

      Also would it be good, to have support for it in the current plugin, to get improvments.
      This could be done by separate the logics into new and old TFS implementation.

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          simpligility Manfred Moser added a comment -

          These old versions are not even mainstream supported by Microsoft. And our readme page explicitly references only newer versions. See https://github.com/jenkinsci/tfs-plugin

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          simpligility Manfred Moser added a comment - These old versions are not even mainstream supported by Microsoft. And our readme page explicitly references only newer versions. See https://github.com/jenkinsci/tfs-plugin
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          arbeita Ronny Borchert added a comment -

          Ok, then do please change the readme.md file that TFS 2005 Server is not working!

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          arbeita Ronny Borchert added a comment - Ok, then do please change the readme.md file that TFS 2005 Server is not working!
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          oli_at_jsi Olivier Dagenais added a comment -

          Do you have any suggestions to improve the current wording in the README.md?

          The following versions of TFS are no longer supported and may only partially work with the plugin:

          ...or maybe the text/headings around that table? For example, would a "compatibility matrix" with green checkmarks and red Xs for supported and unsupported (respectively) versions be better?

          Also, I implemented your suggestion and amended the release notes for version 4.0.0 to contain:

          This change marks the drop of support for older versions of TFS (2005, 2008 and 2010)

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          oli_at_jsi Olivier Dagenais added a comment - Do you have any suggestions to improve the current wording in the README.md ? The following versions of TFS are no longer supported and may only partially work with the plugin: ...or maybe the text/headings around that table? For example, would a "compatibility matrix" with green checkmarks and red Xs for supported and unsupported (respectively) versions be better? Also, I implemented your suggestion and amended the release notes for version 4.0.0 to contain: This change marks the drop of support for older versions of TFS (2005, 2008 and 2010)
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          arbeita Ronny Borchert added a comment -

          A "compatibility matrix" would be fine. Because the "partial work" term in above the table is total confusing.

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          arbeita Ronny Borchert added a comment - A "compatibility matrix" would be fine. Because the "partial work" term in above the table is total confusing.
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          oli_at_jsi Olivier Dagenais added a comment -

          I have updated the README.md at commit 03e4a65fbd29d1dd06c3929ab33388d2a8238e0d to put all versions in a single table.

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          oli_at_jsi Olivier Dagenais added a comment - I have updated the README.md at commit 03e4a65fbd29d1dd06c3929ab33388d2a8238e0d to put all versions in a single table.

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              oli_at_jsi Olivier Dagenais
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              arbeita Ronny Borchert
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