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Joel on Software
VS.NET .suo and .user files
Is there a way to tell VS.NET to place these files in somewhere other than the solution (or project) directory? There does not seem to be an obvious way, but is there perhaps a registry or hidden config setting that would allow this?
You're solving the wrong problem.
Brad Wilson (www.dotnetdevs.com)
You're assuming something that is not true.
>Get a source control system.
It seems to me that some source code control programs offer the option to flag a file so that its history isn't tracked (I'm thinking about Subversion with TortoiseSVN), but I could be wrong.
Yeah, I use Subversion with TortoiseSVN and "Add to Ignore List" so that those files don't get checked in.
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