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Re: Best Practice: VS.NET 2005 and Source Code Control

From: Tom Opgenorth <tom_at_opgenorth.net>
Date: 2006-06-22 20:56:54 CEST

On 6/22/06, Brian Beaudet <brian.beaudet@interact911.com> wrote:
> 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
> excluded too? And the Properties directory? Bin (instead of the old bin), etc?
Generally, I've kept it the same as 1.1 without to many issues. I
think you'll want to keep the Properties directory and the Web
References directory. IIRC, there is code in there that gets
generated by the VS2005 IDE.

Not to sure about the "new" Bin directory: I use the Web Applications
Project from http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/reference/infrastructure/wap/default.aspx
and don't pay much heed that directory.

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