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Disabling source control binding in VS 2005?

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VS 2005 Professional

How can I disable source control binding when working with a solution and
its projects on my own machine, without modifying the .sln and .vcproj files
and thus screwing up the bindings for other people who do want to use
integrated source control? Is it even possible?
Apr 24 '07 #1
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When you copy them down from VSS, I think if you ask to make them writable,
it will do that. Or just copy them to another directory.

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VS 2005 Professional

How can I disable source control binding when working with a solution and
its projects on my own machine, without modifying the .sln and .vcproj
files and thus screwing up the bindings for other people who do want to
use integrated source control? Is it even possible?


Apr 25 '07 #2

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