I've used multiple checkouts in VSS (with some success) to prevent "checkout hog" syndrome- where one person checks out way too much stuff because "they need to make a large change".
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We've checked with both a VSS repository and Sourcevault repository and it's the same results with both.
Is this just due to the size of the project or are there other things that could be tried to reduce the time it takes The absence of the window has no effect on how long it takes.
Again this becomes frustrating when I need to check something in, but I have to search through the files and check the pertinent changes.
I understand that shelve sets exist using TFS, but that doesn't cut it for me, especially since I have several changed files that I need to keep altered in order to correctly deploy locally, and I rarely ever want to check in. to select all items and then press a checkbox to toggle the checkboxes for all items.