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How do I remove source control info from project/solution?

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We develop professional development libraries. I created a Visual Studio 2005
solution that includes several solution folder with projects.

e.g)

Solution
SolutionFolder1
ProjectA
ProjectB
SolutionFolder2
ProjectA
ProjectB

The solution is under source control via Visual SourceSafe as integrated
with Visual Studio. I want to distribute the entire solution to my customers,
however, all the source control information is in the solution and project
files. Is there some way I can have these removed without having to develop a
parallel solution void of source control? If I distribute with the source
control info, Visual Studio complains for the solution and every project the
solution loads.

Suggestions please????

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WCSC (Willies Computer Software Co)
http://www.wcscnet.com
Jan 25 '07 #1
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launch the visual source safe within vs2005, then you can select a
project to unbind the source control .
On Jan 25, 11:46 am, ThinkRS232 <ThinkRS...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
We develop professional development libraries. I created a Visual Studio 2005
solution that includes several solution folder with projects.

e.g)

Solution
SolutionFolder1
ProjectA
ProjectB
SolutionFolder2
ProjectA
ProjectB

The solution is under source control via Visual SourceSafe as integrated
with Visual Studio. I want to distribute the entire solution to my customers,
however, all the source control information is in the solution and project
files. Is there some way I can have these removed without having to develop a
parallel solution void of source control? If I distribute with the source
control info, Visual Studio complains for the solution and every project the
solution loads.

Suggestions please????

--
WCSC (Willies Computer Software Co)http://www.wcscnet.com
Jan 25 '07 #2

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