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Figure 5-3 The Project Properties window
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to all projects The following sections describe each of the features of the Application settings tab
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VS projects create either *dll or *exe assemblies The assembly name provides the filename for this project and defaults to the name of your project From Figure 5-3, you can see that Assembly Name is set to ProjectDemo Since this is a Console application, the output would be a *exe It follows that the filename would be ProjectDemoexe Had the project type been a Class Library, the filename would have been ProjectDemodll
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The Default namespace (Root namespace in VB) setting determines what the namespace will be defined automatically as whenever you add a new code file to your project It s initially set to the name of your project If you want the namespace of new files to be different, set the namespace here
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VS has NET Framework multitargeting support, where you can work with any version of NET between v20 and v40 Select the NET version you need in the Target Framework combo box VB includes this option on the Compile tab when clicking the Advanced Compile Options button Remember to set the VB project from NET Framework 40 Client Profile to NET Framework 40 because later we ll be referencing a class library that is set to NET Framework 40 and the target frameworks must be compatible for one assembly to reference another Since you can have multiple versions of NET on the same machine as VS 2010, you can switch freely between different projects that use different NET versions This is particularly useful if you re a consultant working on different projects with different versions or if you re providing maintenance support on older versions of a product while doing active development work in a different project using NET 40
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An Output type (Application type in VB) is the type of assembly created when you build your project The three types of output are Windows Application, Console Application, and Class Library You already know how to create a Console application, which produces a *exe assembly Later in this chapter, you ll learn how to create a Class Library project, which produces a *dll assembly In 8, you ll learn how to create a Windows Application project, which is a *exe
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If you have a WPF project, its Output Type is set to Windows Application If you switched the Output Type of a WPF application to Console Application, you would see the Console window appear also This might be useful for some intermediate debugging where you could emit ConsoleWriteLine messages Of course, VS provides excellent debugging tools, which you ll learn about in 6, including an Output window, but this is just another option if you ever wanted it
Startup Object
You could add multiple Main methods to a Console application or a WPF application, but only one Main method can be active at a time The Startup object allows you to specify which class contains the Main method you want to use as the entry point to your application One of the reasons you might want to do this is to start your application in different configurations, which might facilitate testing by allowing you to go straight to a part of the program without too much navigation
Icon and Manifest
By clicking the ellipses button on the right of the icon drop-down list, you can browse to an icon file, *ico, that will appear as your application icon
VS ships with system icons that you can use in your own applications Navigate to C:\ Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 100\Common7\VS2010ImageLibrary\1033 and you ll see a Zip file named VS2010ImageLibrary Your path might be different if you chose to install VS2010 somewhere other than the default Unzip this VS2010ImageLibrary and you ll see a plethora of resources with images, audio, animations, and icons that are common to Microsoft operating systems and applications
The manifest allows you to specify Microsoft Windows User Access Control (UAC) settings or to support a form of deployment called Click-Once, where a WPF application can be deployed from a Web page and run locally on your desktop machine The manifest describes the application and deployment features of your Click-Once application Since these manifests are automatically generated when you publish a Click-Once application, you normally won t ever manually build manifest files yourself; this is considered an advanced practice and includes knowledge beyond what a beginner s guide would include In VB, there is a UAC Settings button that allows you to directly modify the app manifest file This is an advanced technique that requires knowledge of the operating system UAC settings
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