How to use project namespace in Visual Studio 2010?
I have two projects inside a single solution in Visual Studio 2010. These projects are called Project1 and Project2. Within these projects, two namespaces are defined, Namespace1 and Namespace2, respectively. Inside some code inside Namespace2 I would like to use some structs, classes, etc. which I have defined in Namespace1.
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What are the problems of using multiple projects in one solution?
Only a single copy of the package is downloaded and all projects will be retrieved from it. It also helps identify version control issues if you have different projects that use different versions of the same dependent assembly (an issue). “I read that there can be problems if you use multiple projects in a single solution”
Can you add a reference of both project namespaces?
Yes, just add a reference from one to the other, not from both to both. No, they shouldn’t.
How do multiple projects in a solution share references?
Although each project is different from the next, they all use the same three references that I need for Oracle, MySql and AutoCAD. As I go through each project, I have to install these references for each individual project. So I was wondering if all nine of them could share the same copy of these dlls anyway?
How to enable SSL in Visual Studio for.net project?
You can also enable this window using the keyboard shortcut F4. Once you have enabled the properties window, a new window is displayed that contains all the properties associated with the .NET project.
Is there compatibility between.net framework and.net core?
There is massive and impressive compatibility between the .Net Framework 4.x and .Net Core. For when that doesn’t work, this page reviews the complications and additional steps you may need. We’ll take a netcore csproj file as a starter and have it compile for a netframework target as well.
How to multi target.net framework and Netcore?
The easiest way to do the opposite (make an old netframework project multi-target) is to first migrate it to a netcore project and then continue from there. Honest. The new csproj file is a fraction of the complexity of old style projects and handles NetFramework and NetCore very simply.