Last post Apr 11, 2006 06:52 AM by brhoom
Sep 28, 2005 08:59 PM|crogle|LINK
Sep 29, 2005 05:50 PM|johndund|LINK
There is not an option to exclude a folder from source control for web projects in VS 2005. However, with team foundation server, for any files that show up as a pending add ("Newly added file"), you can functionally "exclude" it from source control by
clicking "Undo Pending Change" on that file. You may not see the glyph on the file change right away--that is a bug--but if you close and open the web project you should no longer see any source control glyphs or verbs on that file.
Also note that in the latest builds of the product, we automatically do not put client project references and auto-refreshed assembly references that show up in your \Bin folder under source control. So some of the exlucing work will be done automatically.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any more questions.
Apr 11, 2006 06:52 AM|brhoom|LINK
I know this a little bit aged out, but just to share info with other visitors. I think this problem exists in pre-candidate release version as I am using the CR version and it automaticaly excludes the bin folder from checking -in to source control. If you
want to add it then you explicitely do so by clicking on Add files, then choose the bin folder.