Stephan & Ella wrote:
> i am a .net team leader and i used to work with vss as my source control
> recently i downloaded and installed tortoise svn.
> i am having one small problem:
> i have a couple of solutions which contains a number of projecs.
> i have a project which is an infrastructure for my apps.
> once i add the infra project to another solution, it looks as if the
> infra project is not binded to the source control,
> and the svn tells me to set the working copy root, once i do that,
> the rest of the projects in my solution look as if they lost their bindings.
TortoiseSVN does not integrate into an IDE (I assume you're using VS?).
So VS won't know that you're using version control and doesn't mark the
files/solutions as such.
And TortoiseSVN also never tells you to set the working copy root. Are
you sure you're not using some other svn client (AnkhSVN or VisualSVN?)
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Received on 2008-04-19 09:17:43 CEST