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ASP.Net VS 2003 to VS 2005

From: Peter Imburg <peter_imburg_at_benefitstreet.com>
Date: 2006-02-10 00:44:08 CET

I converted some VS.Net 2003 web projects to regular class libraries for reasons already covered on the list.

I am pondering an upgrade to VS.Net 2005 and was wondering... how do class libraries do as web applications in VS.Net 2005? Has anyone made this migration? Do you have any suggestions for how the projects should be structured to play nice with subversion and take best advantage of VS 2005 features?

Finally, I know that VSS has been pretty substandard for a long time (which is why we like subversion). However, with VS 2005 there is apparently a fairly substantial VSS overhaul. Does anyone have thoughts on how the new VSS compares to Subversion and the relative advantages of the two.

I recognize that these are not necessarily "Tortoise" questions, but I thought this would be a good list for discussing these issues.


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