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# Working With ProjectScaffold : 2 - Configuring Your Project

You'll find a build.sh (and a build.cmd) in the directory. Run the appropriate script and answer the questions.

Note that you don't need git repo initialization, because we've already taken care of that!

The script will generate an F# project, and F# test project, some documents and a solution.

It will go on to build your project, and in a few seconds, you should see something like this:

Go ahead and commit your state now - this is effectively a clean slate for you to start writing your code!

 1: 2: 3:  git add . git commit -am "Init & Build Project Scaffold" git lg 

(Next post in this series will be up shortly!)