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Visual Studio - which files to version

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Hi all,

I'm using visual studio 2008 (express) and the SVN service of Assembla (which I recommend) and I want to know which files should I version and which ones should I ignore when committing to the SVN - besides the obvious .c, .cpp, .h, etc

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Version the .vcproj and .sln
If you have VS integration with SVN, you may have a .vssscc file that should be in version control too.

Anything with your user name in it is local data. Don't version it.
The .ncb is the intelesense database. Ignore it.
Anything in your Debug/Release directories is strictly output, and can be ignored.

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thank you very much! you just saved many many kb from flying aimlessly over the interwebs :D

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