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RE: Apparent resolution, but still a question

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 10:47:27 -0400

> 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.

You don't happen to have .sln in your global ignores do you?



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