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Visual Studio Project files
I have a web site solution with 3 Classes Projects as well as the Web project
We are using Tortoise SVN to keep our files in sync with each other.
On my machine if I
Add new vb file to my CFUtils class
Build my dll
Add file to SVN
Sync everything up to SVN including the class project file
When others sync down from svn
Should they still need to "Add Existing Item" to the project and add in the files?
Should the project file store that information?
8/22/2022 - Mon
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The project file is just XML, by adding a new file to the project it will modify this XML (diff it to see what's changed). When committing to SVN along with the .vbproj changes anyone loading the project will have the new items in the project files as expected. If they update from SVN and the project is already open, Visual Studio will prompt them to reload the project which will include the new file.
Hey guys...both answers are the same right?
is correct, other developers updating from SVN will not need to add the file again because the project file changes were committed, I just added more information to explain
this will actually be the case.
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