[MonoDevelop] Understanding Projects and Solutions

Alexandre Gomes alexmipego@hotmail.com
Mon, 23 Aug 2004 16:44:54 +0000


What you want to do is a Solution. A Solution can contain none to many 
projects. Each project will compile to an Assembly, either .exe or .dll.
In your case, you'll create one solution and add 3 executable projects to 
it. Them you code wich one and compile each one. When you start to require 
to use functions from another executable you add a Reference to the other 
executable, and then you can call its namespace/classes.

Just be careful with circular references, you can't add a reference to a 
executable/assembly that also references those project as well.

Hope it helps.

Alexandre Gomes

>From: Rob Brown-Bayliss <rbb@orcon.net.nz>
>To: Monodevelop List <monodevelop-list@lists.ximian.com>
>Subject: [MonoDevelop] Understanding Projects and Solutions
>Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 19:16:35 +1200
>I am trying to build what I consider a project, and I want to create
>different executables.
>How would I do this in monodevelop?  I want to share some code between
>the different executables as well.
>Rob Brown-Bayliss
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