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Re: Subversion, Soure Control And Web Services

From: <tom_at_opgenorth.net>
Date: 2004-04-29 21:02:18 CEST

Depends, if it's just me working on the project, the I move
the code to my working directory (C:\working or whatever).
If I'm working on a team, I find that it is generally less
painful to let VS.NET do it's own thing. A lot of people
seem to get confused when you do otherwise (in my

----- Original Message Follows -----
> Here's a question regarding where to store web service
> source code if the code is stored in the InetPub/wwwroot
> directory in a virtual directory. I'd prefer to keep my
> source code in my typical working directory on my D: drive
> along with my other application types (windows apps,
> etc.). However, VS.NET automatically creates a virtual
> directory and places all of my initial code in this
> virtual directory. So, I'm asking the VS.NET folks who
> use Subversion how they work with web services? Do you
> move the files to your local workspace or do you keep them
> where VS.NET put them?
> Brian M. Beaudet
> Director, Research & Development
> EfficiencyLab, LLC
> www.efficiencylab.com

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