ReSharper Cache Files In Team Foundation

I am currently developing in VS 2005 using C# and SQL 2005. We use Team
Foundation Server for our source control and project management. One of
the things I noticed since the 235 build of the ReSharper tools the
creation of a folder, _ReSharper.[Project Name], and a fair amount of
files. All of these files have the word cache in the file name so I
assume they are used to help eliminate performance issues in previous
versions. With foundation server, this folder, and all files in it, is
automatically added to source control. This is not wanted, and quite a
pain, as it takes a good deal of time to check these files in and out when
ever I want to work on said project. Is there a way to disable this, or
have the folder created in the miscelaneous area that VS creates when
files are used for a project but are not in source control?

I look forward to hearing from you,

Mark Brown

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Hello Mark,

there is an option to create ReSharper caches in the system temporary folder.
Check
ReSharper|Options|General - hopefully this will solve the problem.


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I am currently developing in VS 2005 using C# and SQL 2005. We use
Team

Foundation Server for our source control and project management. One
of

the things I noticed since the 235 build of the ReSharper tools the

creation of a folder, ReSharper.[Project Name], and a fair amount of

files. All of these files have the word cache in the file name so I

assume they are used to help eliminate performance issues in previous

versions. With foundation server, this folder, and all files in it,
is

automatically added to source control. This is not wanted, and quite
a

pain, as it takes a good deal of time to check these files in and out
wh en

ever I want to work on said project. Is there a way to disable this,
or

have the folder created in the miscelaneous area that VS creates when

files are used for a project but are not in source control?

I look forward to hearing from you,

Mark Brown



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That seems to have done the trick. Thank you.

On Tue, 18 Apr 2006 14:03:46 -0400, Dmitry Shaporenkov
<dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Hello Mark,

>

there is an option to create ReSharper caches in the system temporary
folder. Check
ReSharper|Options|General - hopefully this will solve the problem.

>
>

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>> I am currently developing in VS 2005 using C# and SQL 2005. We use
>> Team
>> Foundation Server for our source control and project management. One
>> of
>> the things I noticed since the 235 build of the ReSharper tools the
>> creation of a folder, ReSharper.[Project Name], and a fair amount of
>> files. All of these files have the word cache in the file name so I
>> assume they are used to help eliminate performance issues in previous
>> versions. With foundation server, this folder, and all files in it,
>> is
>> automatically added to source control. This is not wanted, and quite
>> a
>> pain, as it takes a good deal of time to check these files in and out
>> wh en
>> ever I want to work on said project. Is there a way to disable this,
>> or
>> have the folder created in the miscelaneous area that VS creates when
>> files are used for a project but are not in source control?
>> I look forward to hearing from you,
>> Mark Brown
>>
>
>



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Doesn't Team Foundation Server version control have functionality to ignore
certain files/folders and do not put them into the version control? For example,
]]>.suo file, created by Visual Studio should not be in the version
control.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I am currently developing in VS 2005 using C# and SQL 2005. We use
Team

Foundation Server for our source control and project management. One
of

the things I noticed since the 235 build of the ReSharper tools the

creation of a folder, ReSharper.[Project Name], and a fair amount of

files. All of these files have the word cache in the file name so I

assume they are used to help eliminate performance issues in previous

versions. With foundation server, this folder, and all files in it,
is

automatically added to source control. This is not wanted, and quite
a

pain, as it takes a good deal of time to check these files in and out
wh en

ever I want to work on said project. Is there a way to disable this,
or

have the folder created in the miscelaneous area that VS creates when

files are used for a project but are not in source control?

I look forward to hearing from you,

Mark Brown



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I do not know if that functionality is available or not in Team Foundation
Server. I do not have alot of knowledge with the product yet. This is
something to look into and I thank you for the suggestion.

On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 02:56:05 -0400, Valentin Kipiatkov
<valentin@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Doesn't Team Foundation Server version control have functionality to
ignore certain files/folders and do not put them into the version
control? For example, <solution name>.suo file, created by Visual Studio
should not be in the version control.

>

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>> I am currently developing in VS 2005 using C# and SQL 2005. We use
>> Team
>> Foundation Server for our source control and project management. One
>> of
>> the things I noticed since the 235 build of the ReSharper tools the
>> creation of a folder, ReSharper.[Project Name], and a fair amount of
>> files. All of these files have the word cache in the file name so I
>> assume they are used to help eliminate performance issues in previous
>> versions. With foundation server, this folder, and all files in it,
>> is
>> automatically added to source control. This is not wanted, and quite
>> a
>> pain, as it takes a good deal of time to check these files in and out
>> wh en
>> ever I want to work on said project. Is there a way to disable this,
>> or
>> have the folder created in the miscelaneous area that VS creates when
>> files are used for a project but are not in source control?
>> I look forward to hearing from you,
>> Mark Brown
>>
>
>



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