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Move project to new local folder

From: George Yefchak <george_yefchak_at_agilent.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2015 16:33:36 -0800 (PST)

Hi folks,

I apologize of this is a dumb question, but... I often have trouble getting SVN to do what I want.

First, understand that I'm a single developer using SVN mostly as a backup system or safety net rather than for collaboration with other programmers.

Here's the issue: I have a project built with Visual Studio 2010 which resides in my local VS2013\Projects folder. The code is also in Subversion, with a repository located elsewhere on the network.

I would like to migrate my project to Visual Studio 2013. Ideally I would like my project files moved to the VS2013\Projects folder.

It seems the "right" way to do this is to check everything in, then check out the files to my new folder. Is this right?

Or should I abandon the VS20xx\Projects folder and keep my projects somewhere else, independent of the Visual Studio version?



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