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Last post Dec 13, 2006 06:01 PM by plitwin
Dec 13, 2006 05:30 PM|LINK
When I attempt to add a project to source control I get the message:
"The project that you are attempting to add to source control may cause other source control users to have difficulty opening this solution or getting newer versions of it. To avoid this problem, add the project from a location below the binding root of
the other source controlled projects in the solution."
Not sure if this is something to be concerned with. And I don't know how to create a subfolder below the root project folder.
Dec 13, 2006 05:50 PM|LINK
If you have a Solution with projects under it like this:
- Project A
- Project B
If the actual FILE LOCATION of project a is not under the folder that Solution file X is in, you'll get this error message. It's generally a best practice to have your local folders in the same manner as the source control tree.
Dec 13, 2006 06:01 PM|LINK
So the "classic" VS organization where the web site is under //inetpub/wwwroot and the rest of the project is under My Documents or some other folder is not the best way to go. That's the way I set things up when I migrated this project from VS 2003. Is
that what you are saying?