'Save all' in VS.net 2k3 - 08-25-2004 , 05:11 AM
I appear to have misunderstood the purpose of the 'save all' function in
I have a solution checked out of a VSS repository for which I have been
adding code files to over the last 5 days whilst using 'save all' to save
the state of my work locally. I use the hibernate function within windows to
persist my work state at the end of the day. Unfortunately I experienced a
power failure this morning which reset my computer whilst I was working, but
as far as I am concerned that should not be much of a problem. On
relaunching VS.net after the unexpected reboot, it would appear that none of
my work over the last 5 days was actually saved to HD. The recently added
new code files appear as 'hidden' but empty files in the solution explorer
and like wise recently deleted files show as 'unaccessible'.
This leads me to believe that 'save all', only modifies the .sln or .xproj
files. Can anyone else confirm this for me?
Re: 'Save all' in VS.net 2k3 - 08-25-2004 , 05:31 AM
The Save All command, as the name implies, saves all modifications in all
files, including documents, and of course not limited to the .sln or .prj
files. So your problem must be somewhere else... you can make some tests
very easily in a controled way to try to reproduce the issue...
Carlos J. Quintero (Visual Developer - .NET MVP)
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