Whenever you have to relocate your svn working copy because the svn server url or protocol as changed, you need to use TortoiseSvn relocate. If, like me, you use VisualSvn plugin then you would need to quit Visual Studio and come back to Windows Explorer and TortoiseSvn, right click your project folder then find Relocate command:Continue reading
Patrick just announced on his blog the launch of the new NDepend v3. It is still in beta but very stable. I am testing it for a month now and enjoy very much it’s integration in Visual Studio 2008. I was using it and will continue to use it in our continuous integration server, TeamCity. But getting feedback right out of the developer environment is a very interesting feature.
Read more on Patrick’s blog post, “NDepend v3 is now 100% integrated in Visual Studio“
When you build automated WPF functional test using White in which you need to open a file through a Windows open file dialog, you will be confronted with the following issue. Windows open file dialog remember the last path with which you opened a file.
So you might have some unit tests that are green for a while which starts to be red for no apparent reasons.
Tonight we got the following issue on our TeamCity build server which produce different ClickOnce setups :
c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\Microsoft.Common.targets(3652, 9): error MSB3482: An error occurred while signing: Failed to sign ....\Tests\Output\bin\DeployClickOnce\app.publish\setup.exe.
In some rare case I have to use Eclipse configured to access our Innoveo Solutions svn server. I also for sure have Visual Studio 2008 with VisualSvn installed which install TortoiseSvn.
Today I faced the following crazy issue, from a file browse window opened through Eclipse, I saw that one file was modified so I did from that file browse window a svn revert using TortoiseSvn which ended to a crazy situation in Eclipse. It was totally messed up.
Tonight I found a little tip that you might already know but for me it was the first time I realize that.
When you want to open the properties of a project in Visual Studio 2008, in the past I was doing a right click on the project then I was searching for couple of seconds the entry properties
The other day I had to re-install my whole server which is hosting Tech Head Brothers. I had also to redo the configuration to have IIS deliver compressed content. I was quite sure to have a post on this but the only thing I could find was “Optimization of a Web Site - Using Content Expiration (IIS 6.0)”
So I started from scratch and after some issues I finally managed to have it running. I started uisng the following post from Scott Forsyth, “IIS Compression in IIS6.0” and I took over those steps from his post:
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