Last post Aug 06, 2010 10:06 PM by mattshiao
Aug 04, 2010 04:43 PM|mattshiao|LINK
I inherit an ASP.Net web site from my predecessor, it does not have a .csproj file or .sln file and it's not controlled by version control system. I install SVN server from CollabNet and use AnkhSvn as client since it integrates with VS.Net well, but when
I try to open a subversion project, it must be a solution or project, can not be a website, are there any workarounds?
Also another somehow related question, where does ASP.Net web site store the references? In solution file? It does not have a project file.
Web site subversion
Aug 06, 2010 10:06 PM|mattshiao|LINK
If it is impossible to save and get a web site from SVN, can someone tell me the best way to convert an ASP.Net website to web project. I will be best for me to simply use wizards.