Add Git support
I know that svn and TFS support are important but I really hope you add Git support. Git is really taking off and I think we will be switching over at some point so Git support is key for us.
The new 2.0.3 Early Access build now supports source controlling your databases with Git.
To get the new Early Access release please visit the following link:
Please note that we don’t support accessing the history directly from within SSMS when using Git.
It's 2015 and git is still not listed as a supported SCM (only under "other").
Considering GIT is now the most popular SCM available (according to stack overflow's 2015 survey), this is a bit disappointing.
My company is standardizing on GIT. We'd like to continue to use Redgate for the support.
Mikael Henriksson commented
+1 I can't use this with neither TFS nor SVN since we use GIT for everything else. Please make it support GIT
Git support if missing for me - TFS is an overkill for our case, and i see no reason to move backwards and work with SVN
Wai Lau commented
Please support git for version control
Wes Brown commented
Git Extensions for Visual Studio works great would love to have something like that for SSMS!
Tim Abell commented
git! for the win!
I would agree. I don't use Subversion nor TFS. We are on Perforce and GIT.
I also think this would be good.
I use subversion but I have heard from a number of people that migrated to git that they've found it much better for managing databases since it handles branches (DEV, TEST, PREPROD, PROD) and changesets (migrate this from DEV to TEST) much better than subversion.
That certainly sounds attractive so if GIT was available then I'd really like it.
I second that, we have made the switch to git and are very pleased with the results. I would love to be able to use this to store our database structure as well in git (at the moment we generate the SQL scripts and store the text files as part of the commits).