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Documentation. Documentation output should be given the same name as the assembly with the addition of the .xml extension, so that we can attempt to use pattern matching to provide the NDoc outputs. The inputs required for NDoc are the assembly name and the XML documentation name, so clearly there is some benefit to using the same name. Assembly names. Assemblies should be named for the solution and the project name as discussed in the section Naming Conventions. In fact, in the previous chapter we danced around the issues involved with naming; here we will address them head on.
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While we are thinking about the organization of VS .NET solutions, it is a good time to consider the problems associated with web projects. Web projects behave differently than Windows projects because they map to virtual directories. Unfortunately, this means they cause several problems: Build behavior. The build script needs to differ for a web project since additional information regarding web projects has to be supplied to the <solution> task. The standard UI naming may come in useful here. Versioning. It is not possible to link files such as CommonAssemblyInfo.cs to complete the versioning trick. Therefore, this leads to either using some other method, or at least repeating the versioning for the individual AssemblyInfo.cs file for the web projects. Whichever method is chosen is not satisfactory in terms of standardization. Source control. Web projects tend to play havoc with VSS, because they must be placed at a different level than other projects in the solution, causing problems with standardization and therefore inefficiencies in providing scripts. These problems are painful, though they can be solved directly if desired. However, after a lot of experimentation, I find I much prefer to use a regular class library to produce a web application than using the web projects option. This avoids the links to IIS and the need to construct virtual directories at the behest of Visual Studio, allowing the code to be held wherever you like instead of where Visual Studio would like it.
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the projects are all the same about time too!
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Unfortunately, the best approach is not as simple as just using a class library and adding web pages to the project. You will quickly find that adding a web form (for example) is not an available option. These configuration options are all held by VS .NET in a few folders, and some of this configuration has to be changed in order to use a class library type project to contain web information. You will find a good set of instructions at http://pluralsight.com/wiki/default.aspx/Fritz.AspNetWithoutWebProjects These instructions explain how to change the configuration of the solution and how to apply the onetime changes to the VS .NET configuration folders. It is well worth the small amount of effort to set up.
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Nothing is nicer than discovering that someone has already coded the tool you need (like NAnt, or log4net), but there is nothing nice about discovering that when you open a solution from source control that it contains references to assemblies that you do not have on your machine, or that are not in the same location. Controlling the use of third-party assemblies, and your own shared assemblies, is worthwhile in terms of avoiding frustration time for developers and reducing issues during development of build scripts. The simplest approach to maintaining libraries of assemblies is to manage them through a shared folder. This folder maintains all shared assemblies, and the developers must use the contents of the folder when developing their solutions. This approach relies on all developers using the same mapped share to access the assemblies, but this is not too onerous. There are a number of ways in which this could be managed, depending on how aggressive you would prefer to be in terms of progression and version update.
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