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Note: this is when using SVN
1. Solution already under version control.
2. Copy a folder in to the solution directory, which contains a csproj
3. In XS, Choose "add existing project"
The project is added, and is supposedly now under version control (because there is not option anywhere to 'add' is, just like items already added).
4. Add all files to version control
Commit all changes.
Build server complains that csproj doesnt exist! It's because XS never added the csproj to VCS.
Could you tell me the layout of the folders? As in, where the .csproj is found relative to the directory that ended up getting added.
Sorry for the late reply.
My structure was (*asterisk marks a file that has been added to VCS)
Then I copied a folder into the solution folder (using finder, so Xamarin doesnt know about it yet) so I had
Then, in Xamarin, I added the 'existing project' to the solution, I ended up with
Notice, how Xamarin added the .cs file to source control when I added the project, but NOT the csproj file.
When I committed all changes, I ended up breaking other peoples builds, because they had a solution within missing csproj files.
This has been fixed and will be included in upcoming releases. :D