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Torsten Wrote ... -----Original Message----- From: torsten at tiscali.dk [mailto:torsten at tiscali.dk] Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 5:01 AM To: CVSNT Subject: Re: [cvsnt] OT: Which VS6 files to store in CVS? Confirmed. In fact MS explicitly discourages you from puttin .opt and others under version control, since they are specific to the local machine. You can look it up in the MSDN Library. [snip] Torsten, I was looking at MSDN trying to find where they recommend not placing .opt (and possibly other project files) under source control and I couldn't find it. Can you provide a link to the msdn online page or the chapter and heading where you found this information. We use CVSNT/WinCVS for our Fortran Programs created in Visual Fortran which is not an MS product but which licensed the MS developer studio for its IDE. We do keep our project files in CVS mainly because there are so many settings and options available to the developer, some of which if set differently can result in different output generated from the same source code. I wonder how they suggest developers coordinate what IDE settings to use with a specific project if the project files are not under source control. Erik W. Warren Sr. Engineer - Flt. Ops. Engineering Delta Air Lines Dept. 088 P.O. Box 20706 Atlanta, GA 30320-6001 Ph (404) 715-7229 fax (404) 715-7202 erik.warren at delta-air.com