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TotoiseSVN and Visual Studio

From: dm3281 <dm3281_at_verizon.net>
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 22:19:17 -0400

I'm new to SVN and Totorise and thought I'd begin using it for source coding
my Visual Studio 6, 2003, 2005, and 2008 projects.

I'm just wondering what is the best way for me to do this. I.E., do I
create a Solution folder for my project, then create "trunk", "tags",
"branch" folders? If so, I suppose I put my individual projects for the
solutions under th solution folder?

If I don't have a solution and simply have a project, do I create a project
folder, then under this have "trunk", "tags", and "branch" and then under
"trunk" put my source?

Does the "trunk" folder show up in Visual Studio the same way?

I plan on using TortoiseSVN to update/commit code, but eventually want to
use the VisualSVN Visual Studio add-on.

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