It is here, the release version of the Team Explorer Everywhere Service Pack 1.
The Development team have invested on fixing bugs and added more functionality to the Team Explorer Everywhere SP1 according to the feedback they have received from the Beta version.
I have talked about the new functionality on my post: “Team Explorer Everywhere 2010 SP1 Beta is available”
The new functionality is taken from Brian Harry’s post: “Team Explorer Everywhere 2010 SP1 is Available”
Auto-connect on Start-up
If a Team Explorer view is displayed in your current perspective in Eclipse, then this will connect automatically to your last TFS connection. You can disable this if you prefer using the Eclipse preference under Team, Team Foundation Server
Fast Workspace Switching
Previously in the Eclipse plug-in there was a binding of one TFS workspace per Eclipse workspace. In SP1 you can now quickly switch workspaces from the workspace management drop-down in the Pending Changes view. You can also manage workspaces and working folder mappings from here.
Source Control Explorer Improvements
There are usability improvements around mapping, unmapping and cloaking of folders in TFS using Source Control Explorer. There is a link to the path label that will open the local folder in your file explorer (i.e. Explorer on Windows or Finder on Mac etc).
There are many other things that are not as visible including improving the Kerberos support on non-Windows platforms.