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RE: for .NET?

From: Stuart Celarier <SCelarier_at_corillian.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 02:55:07 CEST

We use Subversion for .NET and classic C++/COM applications.


The only problem to note is that VS2003 (and IIRC not VS2005) Web
projects have a problem when Subversion uses the .svn for the
administration folder name. As of Subversion 1.3, there is support [1]
to use a different folder name which avoids the problem.


We use the TortoiseSVN and Subversion command line clients. The AnkhSVN
project started up as a Subversion add-in for VS, but seems to be


You should also evaluate if Microsoft Visual Studio Team System is right
for you. It's far more than a version control system, so it may be more
than you need.


Stuart Celarier | Corillian Corporation


[1] http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.3_releasenotes.html#_svn-hack

Received on Mon Aug 7 02:56:25 2006

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