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Chad Ernst Agile Software Development with .NET
As you may have read in a previous blog entry, several months ago I migrated my organization's existing .NET 1.x projects from Visual Source Safe to Subversion. As expected I ran into a few snags along the way, and one of which I'm thankful I encountered. It turns out that ASP.NET projects in VS.NET 2003 will not open if a directory exists with a name ......

Are you still using Visual Source Safe for your .NET 1.1 (or even 2.0) development? I recently coordinated a source control conversion from VSS to Subversion, and except for a few minor glitches (mostly VS.NET bugs), I absolutely love it. Subversion uses a much different source control model than VSS. VSS uses the Lock-Modify-Unlock model, whereas Subversion ......

As promised in my previous post, here are the steps I executed to migrate .NET projects in VSS to Subversion: NOTE: These instructions will not migrate the file history from VSS. If you're interested in putting this history in Subversion, see the vss2svn project. Additionally, these instructions assume you've installed the Subversion server software, ......

Hello, World! So I'm a little late, but here nonetheless! This is my first blog entry, and I'm excited to start sharing with the software development community. As the subtitle of my blog indicates, I'm extremely passionate about 2 things: [1] .NET development [2] Agile processes A little background about each one ... .NET development. I've used both ......

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