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Apparent resolution, but still a question

From: Andrew Cushen <andrew_at_cushen.com>
Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 16:38:54 -0700 (PDT)

Apparently, I have resolved the issue by Committing from the root folder in Windows Explorer using TortoiseSVN, then Updating.

But this causes me to wonder: when I added the project to SVN, I did it from within Visual Studio, using VisualSVN's "Add solution to Subversion". And then I immediately Committed the entire solution, by right-clicking the Solution's root in VS and clicking "Commit". Yet the Solution file (*.sln) was not added! Why all the other files, but not that one?

Is this normal behavior? If so, it seems the "Add..." command in VisualSVN is worse than useless, as it silently omits the .sln file, and I should always Add a project to SVN from Windows Explorer using TortoiseSVN.


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Received on 2010-05-14 02:48:00 CEST

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