[MonoDevelop] Understanding Projects and Solutions

Tomar tomar@apricot.com
Thu, 02 Sep 2004 23:56:46 -0500

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You should break your applications into logical, functional units.  If
multiple applications share a common core then why not break that out
into a shared assembly?  That is the very definition of code reuse.

Copying around source code isn't such a good idea.  Handling the
finished .dll file is a much better solution.  The compiler and runtime
are oblivious to source code version but must honor assembly versions

Tom Larsen

On Thu, 2004-09-02 at 20:00, Rob Brown-Bayliss wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-09-03 at 12:53, Todd Berman wrote:
> > If your question is why can't monodevelop reference the same file in 2
> > solutions without requiring it to be a copy, thats different. But as fa=
> > as the referencing a single .cs file, thats just now how .net works.
> Yes, that probably is more my question.  I have been using links
> between directories, but thought that they would be a better way.
> What you  are saying then is I should make my database.cs into a dll
> rather than just part of the code?  As a total c# newbie how difficult
> is that going to be?
> --
> Rob Brown-Bayliss
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Tomar <tomar@apricot.com>

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