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Re: Advice for .NET projects in Subversion

From: Rob Brenart <svn_at_oculardata.com>
Date: 2006-12-06 11:25:28 CET

Wendy Smoak wrote:
> I use Subversion for Java projects, documentation, etc., and am in
> need of some advice on putting .NET projects into the repository. (Of
> course .NET is completely useless as a search term!)
> I'm not familiar with the .NET project structure, but I have a list of
> file types that shouldn't be checked in, including .suo, .csproj.user,
> .dll, .exe, .cab, .msi. (And I'm vaguely aware of the problem with
> .svn directory names and the 'dot net hack' to use _svn.)
> Any further advice or pointers to information would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Wendy
I use SVN for .NET, and I just don't check in the .suo file, the obj or
the bin directories, and I have no problems.

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