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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Getting rid of Surround SCM .MySCMServerInfo files from the Visual Studio solution tree

It is weird that this doesn't happen with all types of Visual Studio projects, but only with Web apps. You have all those annoying .MySCMServerInfo files that pop-up in your check-in window and then cause errors because SCM knows they should not be checked in.

Enter StackOverflow with a really good solution: Hidding source control files within Visual Studio’s solution tree. No need for me to copy paste, just remember you need to restart Visual Studio for this to work.

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