Using Visual Studio Directory as Source Directory.

Hi There,

I am using sourcetree for my visual studio projects. Is there a way to setup a repository and have the source directory as my visual studio source directory of each of my programs.

At the moment I have to copy my Visual Studio directory to another directory before SourceTree will pick up the changes.

Thanks for your help.

Best Regards,


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You need to do one of these two:

  • Open the code from the Git clone in VS
  • If you want the code to be where you are now using it from, overwrite that folder with the git clone (at a point when you have no uncommitted changes)

BTW VS has pretty nice Git integration, do check it out.

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