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Visual Studio 2012: Still can’t handle going offline?

Shouldn’t Visual Studio be able to handle this by now, without multiple prompts about files needing to be overwritten (at best) or total failures because of files being read-only (see previous post about NuGet)?

Seems like a rather obvious requirement for basic functionality.

posted on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 11:01 PM Print
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# re: Visual Studio 2012: Still can’t handle going offline?
Ian Nelson
8/22/2012 2:12 AM
Isn't this a TFS gripe rather than an issue with Visual Studio?
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# re: Visual Studio 2012: Still can’t handle going offline?
jdn
8/22/2012 10:42 AM
@Ian:

I don't think so. Visual Studio should have the ability to know that it is offline and be able to make changes to read-only files as it sees fit. You should be able to go offline as easily as you can go online when you reconnect.

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