jwcolby at colbyconsulting.com
Fri Mar 11 08:59:23 CST 2011
As it turns out, doing the "export to same directory" seems to actually "unregister" the directory from source control. It leaves the green check marks in explorer - not sure what that means. However if I go into the solution itself, it no longer has the version control dots next to the items in the solution explorer. So it appears to have removed that local copy of the solution from source control. John W. Colby www.ColbyConsulting.com On 3/11/2011 9:26 AM, jwcolby wrote: > I am trying to copy a solution to a new location, strip all version control from it, delete a ton of > projects within that solution and then version control the new solution. > > I copied the entire solution from my laptop to a VM and under my user / projects there. The copy > still appears to be under version control. I looked in help and it says to copy the directory to > itself using the vsn right click menu. I did that and it removed the vsn green checkmark from the > top level directory (the solution) but left the check mark on all of the subdirectories (projects > and stuff). > > Does anyone have a clue how to completely and entirely remove a directory from version control - > remove all green check marks from every subdirectory etc.?
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