Sven Groot wrote:
To use Subversion with Visual Studio, you'll need a plugin. There's a few of them, I'm not sure which is best (I'm sure someone here will know).
Ankh is the only VS plugin I know of. And it sucks. Being forced to use it right now, and you can screw the repository with it very easily. For example, create a new file. Then decide you don't want it. Delete it. Now create a new file again, using the same name. And watch your commits fail, because ankh doesn't cope with this
However, if you can stand not having integration with the project list in Visual Studio, TortioseSVN is a good solution. It integrates with Windows Explorer, so you'll have SVN integration everywhere (Explorer, File Open/Save, etc.) except the project view of VS.