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Checking for new files in project

Checking for new files in project

Checking for new files in project

Does anybody know an automated way of checking for files that are in a project-workdir but not in the VSS-project?


Bas Schouten
System Development & Webdesign
CBIS BV Holland

RE: Checking for new files in project

If you're talking about checking within a single project, you can just click the Add Files button in VSS Explorer.  The Add Files dialog only shows files from the project's working directory that aren't yet included in the project.

Unfortunately I don't know of a way to scan several projects, if that's what you need to do...

RE: Checking for new files in project

Thanks for you reaction, mowog

But that doesnt solve my problem. Im looking for something to show me the missing files for a compleet project-tree, so a project and all its subprojects.

Does anybody have anything like that?????

Bas Schouten
System Development & Webdesign
CBIS BV Holland

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