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RE: TortoiseSVN and Visual Studio project files

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 10:01:36 -0400

> Can I add a Visual Studio project file (".vcproj") to our SVN tree, so that all our
> devs can keep their actual project settings in sync? If I right-click on a .vcproj
> file, I don't see the familiar "Add" option in my TortoiseSVN menu (like I
> would if I right-clicked on a .cpp file, say).
> I've looked in my TortoiseSVN settings dialog but AFAICT ".vcproj" isn't listed
> among the file types that get ignored. So is there a way to add them to the
> source tree or are there good reasons why they shouldn't be included?
> ".vcproj" files are UTF-8 test files AFAIK.
> John

Perhaps someone added it to the project ignore rather than global ignores. Check the properties on the folder that contains the file.



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