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Hi, in my C++ project I discovered my .sln file (solution file) was
missing. However there was some .vcxproj file. I opened the .vcxproj
file of my project using VS IDE and clicked compile. When I was closing
the IDE it asked me to save or not an .sln file.
Now, I already have the .sln file.
I think everything went fine right?
Thanks.
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Richard MacCutchan 1-Jul-13 11:37am    
Assuming you clicked "OK" to save it then it should be fine.
Dan page 2-Jul-13 9:02am    
ok, thanks

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You can either create a new solution file, then add the project(s) to it or open the project file (as you did) and let it create a matching solution file for you.

Using the first option allows you to set solution options and specify the location of the .sln file. Using the second option is the lazy way but should work fine. If your solution has more than one project, the first option will work a little better.
 
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