- Snapshot history: SpecMap automatically saves snapshots each time the map is updated.
A total of 10 snapshots are stored. This includes 5 most recent changes, and an additional 5 snapshots of less recent changes that are updated every 5 changes.
Map snapshots can be restored from the map details.
- Cloned maps are now assigned a unique name
- Cloned maps no longer clone the link behaviour defined for slices and user activities
- Bug fix: Times/dates are now always displayed using the server time instead of the local time, as in other areas of TFS/Azure DevOps (VSTS).
Important Information for TFS 2015 Users
We unified the extension IDs for all SpecMap versions to ensure you can migrate from SpecMap for TFS 2015 to SpecMap for TFS 2017 or Azure DevOps (VSTS) in future.
Maps are stored in TFS using the extension ID, which means that after upgrading to 0.1.32 (with the new ID), your old maps will no longer be displayed. Your maps need to be migrated to the new extension. Details on how to migrate your maps can be found here.
SpecMap will now also display a message if you start SpecMap and no maps are found, in case this is due to the change in the extension ID. This message also includes a link to the instructions on how to migrate your maps.