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Best Practice: VS.NET 2005 and Source Code Control

From: Brian Beaudet <brian.beaudet_at_interact911.com>
Date: 2006-06-22 17:35:05 CEST

Can someone provide me with a best practice list of file extensions and
directories not to include in Subversion for shared projects? In other
words Joe and Steve are both working on an ASP.NET 2.0 web project and
commits his files first. Steve updates so he can start working on
them. However, he has to change references (to localhost:#### for
and other things to get it to compile.

In 1.1, I left out bin/, obj/, .suo, .usr, etc. What about the Web
References directory when referencing a web service? Should that be
too? And the Properties directory? Bin (instead of the old bin), etc?


Received on Thu Jun 22 18:00:47 2006

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