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How do I recreate a sln file

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Hello Experts

I had a "seniors" moment and inadvertently shift-deleted the sln file for a project I am working on.

I've also lost the suo file.

Is there any way I can re-create it?
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Not sure if it'll work for you (don't really see why not), but if I delete my .sln and .suo the next time I hit "Save All" they are recreated. In the past if it wasn't able to recreate them it would ask me to recreate them and where I wanted em...
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Do you have more than 1 project in the solution?  If you don't, then you can open your project without the solution by double-clicking on the project file.  If you do, then you can create a new solution/project, and just add the projects to it.
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Worked a treat
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