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Visual Studio .NET project structure and namespace best practices

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Hi,

Is there any MSDN or industry standard article that recommends best
practices for namespace naming and assembly names? I like to have assembly
names same as the base namespace name within the assembly. But I am looking
for a respected online article.

Any help would be appreciated,
Max
Nov 20 '08 #1
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Max2006 wrote:
Is there any MSDN or industry standard article that recommends best
practices for namespace naming and assembly names?
Yes: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms229002

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J.
Nov 20 '08 #2

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Hi Max,

Thanks for your post.

Thanks Jeroen, because he has given the best answer to your question. I
cannot provide any better documentation other than that.

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