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Re: .svn folders and Visual Studio 2005

From: Tim Gebhardt <tim_at_gebhardtcomputing.com>
Date: 2005-07-14 02:15:12 CEST

It works fine for me. The problem before was that Frontpage extensions
chokes with folders that start with periods, but that's not an issue any
more since VS.NET 2005 just accesses the files directly on your HD.
*confirmed*

<rant>
However, as a side note I've been having problems with the total
file-system web site access because Visual Studio has no way to manage
the website's dependencies on other projects as there is no project
file. So it does it by looking at the included DLLs in the web project
\BIN folder, compares it to the build output of all the other projects'
outputs and decides if it included that project's output into the web
project. Which means you end up either including the binaries in your
repository and you get conflicts constantly, or you ignore the folder
which makes it a little difficult to have an automated build.
</rant>

Tim Gebhardt

Toby Johnson wrote:

> Can anyone confirm or deny whether the inability of Visual Studio to
> handle .svn folders in Web Projects was fixed in the latest Visual
> Studio 2005 beta?
>
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