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How do I integrate my solution (with 10 projects inside of it) into Visual Source Safe?
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Open the solution in VS, right click on it and select Add to source control... You should create a Source Safe database before that however.
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Done.  Looks good...checked in and checked out a few files...no apparent problems....wow that was easy.



Is there any way to control where files are saved to for RELEASE   vs    DEBUG    builds.....using VSS to do this?
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What I mean is...is there a way to specify where the COMPILED files are saved to (DEBUG  vs  RELEASE)  using VSS?
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