Have you ever noticed that when you tell VS to "Clean" it doesn't really clean? I don't know what it actually does but after a clean I still see bin and obj folders under my project. When I want to share code with people I usually want to get rid of those folders as well as old test results created by unit tests. I got fed up with having to manually remove these things so I wrote this nifty little tool that will recursively clean a directory tree. Give it a try
PingBack from http://www.easycoded.com/clean-that-project/
Cool little app, thanks a lot.
It's not clean by the way :-)
If you use Subversion, you can also use the Export command to get a clean copy (as long as you didn't commit bin and obj folders)
I have always been using CleanSources:
Works like a charm.