Multiple referenced project - build suggestions


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Tamir Khason

I have big and complicated solution as following:
FooForm -> FooClass1 <- Foo1,Foo2,Foo3.........
^
|
FooClass2
-> means that the project have right hand project as referenced assembly,
without being copied locally.
FooForm,FooClass1,FooClass2 are build into same directory
Foo1,Foo2,Foo3..... are build into other directory

Problem is to build FooClass1 it always "in use", inspite of I'm using it as
assembly wihout copying.

One solution is using of Postbuild event - this case I cannot debug it
normal way
Other solution is post FooClass1 into GAC see solution 1 problem

Please advice the way to work normal with such solution

TNX
 
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Steven Cheng[MSFT]

Hi Tamir,

Thank you for your posting. Regarding on the issue, I am
finding proper resource to assist you and we will update as soon as posible.

Regards,

Steven Cheng
Microsoft Online Support

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Kevin Yu [MSFT]

Hi Tamir,

First of all, I would like to confirm my understanding of your issue. From
your description, I understand that you need to know the best solution for
how to build a multiple projects' solution. If there is any
misunderstanding, please feel free to let me know.

Could you give me some more detailed information about the FooClass1? What
do you mean by "in use"? Do you mean that it is in use by other process
that we cannot overwrite it? Or it is always used by a lot of other
assemblies? If so, I think add the FooClass1 assembly to GAC is a good
solution.

HTH.

Kevin Yu
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T

Tamir Khason

its' really complicated to describe. Leave it. I'll try to do something with
it.

Tnx
 
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Kevin Yu [MSFT]

You're welcome, Tamir.

Kevin Yu
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