SSRS: Why is Visual Studio stripping these properties?

This project still uses Visual Studio 2005 SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio and is doing some strange things.

I added a single column to an SSRS Report and get it working fine.

1) I Added a new return column to the stored procedure
2) I added the column to the SSRS report
3) On the Data tab for the report, I c licked the ... and opened the Properties Dialog, then clicked the Fields tab. I then added the new field at the bottom of the list.

It all works fine. But when I look at the source that's changed in Git, I see problems.

Does anyone know what could have caused this problem? Why did these get deleted? Are they not needed?

Deleted properties?
newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAsked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Are you sure that everyone uses the same 2005 BI edition? While I have never seen such a behavior in SSRS, I looks like different tool versions used by different developers in VS in general.
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newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
I will check that, thanks.
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