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Re: VS2005 WebSite Project and TortoiseSVN?

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 12:11:06 +1030

Hi Eric,

> I am using the latest tortoisesvn gui on windows xp, and when I make a new
> build of the website the only file that tortoise picks up as changed is the
> .SUO file,

*.suo and *.user files should probably be ignored by Subversion as
they are local settings for a particular user of a solution or

> when actually other files were changed also and new ones were even added.

Files which have been added but not yet committed will still be marked
as added, even if they were modified after adding (which makes sense
as there is no base to be modified).

Are those "other files" under version control? Verify using
TortoiseSVN->Check for modifications (or check "show unversioned
files" in the commit dialog box). If they are versioned you should be
able to do a diff to see what has changed.


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