You recommend putting the code under source control, will the SVN fix be added before?
I also need to be sure, will it be possible to get current solutions converted to the new version? I have a large enterprise application and I would like to be able to use the Designer for this application after updating?
I'm one of those poor chumps stuck with Microsoft Team Foundation Server which is a right pain in the neck. I use Visual Studio to write C# web services for my Ext JS client apps, but Visual Studio refuses to let you include foreign files in its source code backups (I know there's a shell extension but I'm not manually adding new views/stores/models generated by Designer each time I make a change).
I hear that Microsoft have finally figured out the suckfulness of their software and are going to allow "all files in X solution folder" to be managed by their new source code control system. I am desperately looking forward to it because I'm currently just periodically zipping my entire solution (which includes all Designer-related stuff) and copying it to a server that's backed up nightly.
P.S., blame is attributable to Visual Studio, too, which refuses to let you search/replace all files in a solution folder that do not technically belong to the solution. So, all my *.js files that weren't added to the solution via the official method, are given a very cold shoulder by the IDE. Very poor form, Microsoft.