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uSync is awesome! I really like to work with it. But I encountered a problem when working with Visual Studio 2015 and Team Foundation Server Source Control.
My solution is running and i add a Document Type with a Template. So uSync creates these files
and Umbraco creates this file
Now the problem is, Visual Studio doesn't get that these files are created or changed. So it doesn't list them under pending changes. When i check-in my files, my new Template and Document Type don't get checked-in and thats a Problem.
Is there a way to tell Visual Studio to always track created, removed or changed files in specific folders of the project?
Yeah, i could always manually include the files to project, but this could cause errors when I miss a file or when someone works with this solution and doesn't know he has to include them manually.
I don't use TFS so maybe someone with a bit more background can flesh this out, but i think you add the uSync folder via the source control explorer ?
Ok, but thanks anyway.
Yeah i also posted my question on Stack Overflow. Maybe they can help me out.
I know this is late to the game, but I found this solution that seems to work pretty well.
First, manually edit the project file to remove all of the explicit usync references (In my case, I also did it for the media folder).
Add this line instead
<Content Include="uSync\data\**" />
Then when you are ready to check in your changes, you can reconcile it to help you past adding/deleting/identifying changes.
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