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RE: for .NET?

From: Troy Simpson <troy_at_ebswift.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 02:08:08 CEST

I've got a lot of .Net code in several subversion repositories. I use the
filesystem and TortoiseSVN to check things in and update the code. I think
integrated version control in the IDE is overrated because I also mod files
outside of the project which are part of the repository... committing
strictly via the IDE can cause you to miss something, and I'm not overly
keen on storing all my external (but related) files inside the project as
'content'. There are commercial plugins for integrating subversion into the
visual studio IDE. I mainly use SharpDevelop instead which has subversion

To escape the evil sourcesafe, use vss2svn:



Troy Simpson


From: Roberto Alonso Ramos Zapata [mailto:rocco_8@hotmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, 5 August 2006 3:45 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: for .NET?

I want to know if I can use subversion if I'm building a .NET application
and also if this would be recomended. I now use sourcesafe but I want to
explore other options.

Thank you.

 <http://graphics.hotmail.com/greypixel.gif> Ing. Roberto Alonso Ramos
Desarollo - Kernel Technologies Group


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