As I noticed during my latest development project - in VS 2005 web sites check in assemblies in bin folder when you work with Visual Source Safe. Or any other files you have in bin like trace log and such. This way other users that work with source safe get problems to compile the solution because these files are read-only when you get latest version.
There is a workaround that helps:
"It seems like deleting the Bin folder of the Web Site from Visual Studio 2005 Solution Explorer and then deleting it from Visual Source Safe Explorer, Visual Studio no longer wants to add the pdb files to Source Control. The first time I did this, VS still showed the plus symbol next to the pdb files. But after I closed and reopened the solution, VS no longer adds them to Source Control."
Friday, January 13, 2006 3:57 PM