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Re: Using Subversion with Visual Studio .NET

From: Craig Demyanovich <demmer12_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2006-05-23 22:21:31 CEST

On May 23, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Brad O'Hearne wrote:

> I wanted to ask anyone out there using Subversion with Visual
> Studio .NET projects what your experiences were. Would you
> recommend using Subversion with VS.NET? Was it cumbersome? Could
> you integrate with Subversion from directly within VS? Do you think
> that the integration merits sticking with Visual Source Safe instead?

My team uses command line tools (native Windows or via Cygwin) and/or
TortoiseSVN [http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/]. They work very well for
us. They don't integrate with VS.NET, so we have to switch to them
when we need them. I don't have any experience with tools that do
integrate with VS.NET, such as AnkhSVN [http://ankhsvn.tigris.org/].
So far as I know, no team member feels that using them outside of
VS.NET is very cumbersome. Finally, not one of us would recommend
using Visual Source "Unsafe." ;-) There are so many tools that are so
much better; pick any one of them and know that your source code
other other project artifacts are infinitely better cared for than if
you trust them to Visual Source "Unsafe." Search the net for "visual
source unsafe" and find out why.


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