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I can't upload my edited VS project zipped folder because it exceeds the size limits

I've downloaded and edited the project. Tests passed, rezipped it and now can't upload it because it's exceeding the file size limit

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Coincidentally, just yesterday someone asked a similar question.

Your solution uploads only need to include the source code files. They don't need to have the executables or any other components of the build environment.

A zip package with just the sources should be well within the size limit.