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I got one big library named dtsclass and which will be share for 4
developers.
that dtsclass will place the server named H:\dtsclass\.........

For my own project, I need to add dtslcass library to my project.
Now, everytime i complie my project, I need to ask other guy to close their
visual studio.
Complie Dtsclass first, then Complie my project.
It seems very stupid to do .

Jul 10 '07 #1
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Agnes wrote:
I got one big library named dtsclass and which will be share for 4
developers.
that dtsclass will place the server named H:\dtsclass\.........

For my own project, I need to add dtslcass library to my project.
Now, everytime i complie my project, I need to ask other guy to close their
visual studio.
Complie Dtsclass first, then Complie my project.
It seems very stupid to do .
You should work on a local copy of the files, not directly on the shared
files.

Look into some source code management system like SourceSafe.

--
Göran Andersson
_____
http://www.guffa.com
Jul 10 '07 #2

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Do you ref the project or the dll only?
Just ref the dlls at your local bin folder.

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RL
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Agnes wrote:
>I got one big library named dtsclass and which will be share for 4
developers.
that dtsclass will place the server named H:\dtsclass\.........

For my own project, I need to add dtslcass library to my project.
Now, everytime i complie my project, I need to ask other guy to close
their visual studio.
Complie Dtsclass first, then Complie my project.
It seems very stupid to do .

You should work on a local copy of the files, not directly on the shared
files.

Look into some source code management system like SourceSafe.

--
Göran Andersson
_____
http://www.guffa.com

Jul 10 '07 #3

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