From the output (see example), you can tell things like:
* whether your workspace copy is current (IsLatest true or false).
* whether an item is completely new (IsInWorkspace will be False and VersionLocal will be 0).
* whether an item is simply out-of-date (VersionLatest will be larger than VersionLocal).
* whether you have edited the local item (ChangeType will be Edit rather than None).
Refer to Get-StaleTfsFiles to limit the output to stale items.
Refer to Get-StaleTfsFolders or Get-StaleTfsProjects to see a summary of stale files.
This is actually a decorator around the TFS PowerTools Get-TfsItemProperty cmdlet,
automatically scanning the whole subtree and separating out two additional properties,
the file name and the parent path.
This cmdlet is the workhorse for other cmdlets in this module.
The root of the subtree to check.
If omitted, uses the current directory.
Default value .
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false
This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug,