When you're editing a .cs file (C#) and you try to examine the code history, it prefers to bring up the .aspx (HTML) file's history instead.Why?Tinkertoys, I say. I'm working with tinkertoys here.
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Viewing code history?Sounds like SourceSafe integration rather than Visual Studio to me...
I assume it's Studio that request the file, however. I think it's part of Studio's philosophy that the front end and back end code are forever married.You aren't supposed to edit one without having both checked out in VSS either, which is a useless convention that you can get around using VSS.I know there's been a lot of VSS concern raised amongst these parts, but between the two I have a lot better time with SourceSafe than Studio.
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