carlosble at shidix.com
Fri Sep 29 13:10:10 EDT 2006
I think that the best practice is to keep your library in a dll
and use it in MonoDevelop. When you'll update the library, MonoDevelop
will automaticly reload it. So you can easily maintain both projects.
El vie, 29-09-2006 a las 18:47 +0200, Bert Verhees escribió:
> is it possible to add C# files to a project which are not under the
> I tried, but MonoDevelop refused, offered me to copy/move the file
> instead to the projects directory.
> This is undesirabel to me, because, I maintain a selection of C# files,
> for general purposes, also in other projects.
> Copying them for each project in which I want to use them makes it very
> difficult to maintain these libraries of source-files.
> Bert Verhees
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