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Re: .svn folders and Visual Studio 2005

From: Patrick Burleson <pburleson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-14 16:05:26 CEST

On 7/13/05, Tim Gebhardt <tim@gebhardtcomputing.com> wrote:
> <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

Ah the joys of MS's build tools. "Either build it in the IDE, or don't
build it at all!". Makes automated builds on other machines nearly


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