How many times have you downloaded a .Net project from somewhere and unzipped it to find all kinds of kruft that should NEVER have been shipped to anyone? Things like .SUO files, .USER files, the obj and bin directories? Of course we sometimes forget to clean the solution out before zipping, or forget to prune the zip file (my personal strategy). Wouldn't it be cool to just automate that process in the fine tradition of
lazy smart programmers everywhere?
Thanks Robert Nadler!