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Hi,

I am using CVS as my file repository for some VC projects.

Does any one know which of the solution related files I need to store:

i.e., do I need to store the files with these extensions:

*.suo
*.ncb

tks

Nov 17 '05 #1
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"E.T. Grey" <ne****@alpha-centauri.com> wrote in message
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I am using CVS as my file repository for some VC projects.

Does any one know which of the solution related files I need to store:

i.e., do I need to store the files with these extensions:

*.suo
*.ncb


See this for a description of the .sln and .suo files

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...lStudioNET.asp

For what it is worth, I would store both.

The .ncb file is for browsing. There is no harm in deleting it as the
compiler will just go and recreate it as necessary so I wouldn't bother to
store it.

Regards,
Will
Nov 17 '05 #2
E.T. Grey wrote:
Hi,

I am using CVS as my file repository for some VC projects.

Does any one know which of the solution related files I need to store:

i.e., do I need to store the files with these extensions:

*.suo
*.ncb


..suo - solution options file
..ncb - no-compile browser database (aka intellisense)

No, you definitely don't want to store either of those. They're workstation
specific, so unless you're using only a single computer and it's a one-man
project, you don't want 'em in your repository.

-cd
Nov 17 '05 #3

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