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Figure 1.12 You should start with a blank solution. Doing so will give you the ability to name it differently than the project inside and to place the projects where you want them. Don t take a shortcut by creating a project first and letting Visual Studio create the solution file for you. You'll end up with the Solution Explorer window shown.
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These settings will cause the compiler to throw an error every time your code contains the slightest warning (including the least severe and even informational warnings). It s because the number of warnings have the tendency to grow and in end effect can be completely ignored. If you re conscious that there s no way around the warning you can always suppress it by typing its number into the Suppress warnings text box. You do this to eliminate unnecessary noise. If you re like many developers, you have a tendency to stop reacting to too-frequent stimulaFigure 1.13 The initial project tion. Soon enough, you ll have dozens of structure in the Visual Studio Solution warnings and miss an important one that Explorer. Remember, it s not necessary may lead to a problem. And you don t to correspond to the folder structure on the hard drive. need any problems, do you
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Pay close attention to the platform shown in figure 1.15. In Visual Studio 2010, it defaults to x86 by executable .NET applications and to Any CPU for class libraries. This is different than in Visual Studio 2008, which defaults to Any CPU. If your assembly doesn t use native Windows functionality, it s safer to set it to Any CPU. It'll run properly on either a 32- or 64-bit processor.
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Figure 1.14 Build properties set the right way. All warnings are treated as errors and given the maximum warning level. This setup is used for every configuration defined.
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Signing the assembly with a strong key gives your assembly a globally unique name. It makes identification and administration easier. It makes it possible to create a reference to an explicit version of software, and it prevents others from spoofing your libraries. Without a strong name, you won t be able to add a library to the Global Assembly Cache (GAC), which may be a good idea for the financial-calculation library. But keep in mind that signing the library will make the versioning more complex. You can t call a nonsigned library from a signed one. The general rule of thumb is to sign the libraries and leave the executables alone; you ll have to decide for yourself what to do. To sign the assembly, switch to the Signing tab (see figure 1.15), and select the Sign the Assembly check box.
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From the Choose a Strong Name Key File drop-down list, select New. The Create Strong Name Key dialog box opens. Enter CalcCore for the Key File Name, and deselect Protect My Key File with a Password. Press Enter in the resulting dialog box (shown in figure 1.15). Delete the default Class1.cs file. You need to add a new program file that ll eventually contain the code. Delete all unused references. Everything that s mentioned in the references is loaded into memory at runtime. If it isn t needed in your program, it will have nothing to do in memory.
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Figure 1.15 It s worth signing your reusable assemblies. Doing so makes it possible to reference them using strong assembly names.
Right-click the CalcCore project, and select Add > New Folder from the context menu. Name the folder Math. Create a class called Finance inside the folder. Did you notice that the namespace in the new program file contains the path to the file It s generally a good idea to have the path and namespace match. Using folders, you won t clutter your solution with files, and it ll be easier to manage a lot of files in the Solution Explorer window. Your Solution Explorer should look like figure 1.16.
The Finance class will contain simple financial mathematical operations. The implementation details are irrelevant now; we ll pay closer attention to the financial library in chapter 6, where you ll write unit tests for the library.
Figure 1.16 Model solution with no unnecessary references. The project is signed and uses folders (that match the namespaces).
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