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From Prescott Nasser <>
Subject RE: [Lucene.Net] separating project file from actual code files
Date Sat, 07 May 2011 21:48:59 GMT

VS2010 Pro through the dreamspark foundation - I went back for some classes last summer so
my ID was valid. That's really great to know about those licesnese though, I'll definitately
investigate. I love resharper - used it for the SupportClass work, but my trial is ending

> From:
> Date: Sat, 7 May 2011 14:39:55 -0700
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Lucene.Net] separating project file from actual code files
> Are you working with VS2010 Express? Or one of the full versions?
> If you're using Express, unfortunately, it's default settings are a bit
> confusing. In the create new project dialog, the 'normal' field for project
> directory is not displayed, only one for name. To enable this, you need to
> go to 'Tools->Options' make sure 'Show all settings' is enabled, select
> 'Projects and Solutions->General', and check 'Save new projects when
> created'. This will get it to behave like VS2008.
> If you tweak those settings (or using a paid version which has those
> defaults already set), simply specify the correct directory when you make
> your project, and the .csproj and any other .cs files will all be placed in
> the right spot. The solution files can be anywhere, and when you create/add
> the project it will just keep track of the relative paths for you.
> As a side note: You can get a MSDN subscription from MS via ASF if you are
> committer. I requested that, and got a subscription. Now I have a full
> install of VS2010 Ultimate that I can use when working on Lucene.Net.
> JetBrains also gives out licenses for ASF committers for Resharper (and many
> other tools). I suggest investigating this and getting yourself setup with
> these licensed products, as it will make this kind of thing *much* easier.
> Thanks,
> Troy
> On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 12:10 PM, Prescott Nasser wrote:
> >
> >
> > This seems like it should be obvious, but I'm trying to create a new
> > Contrib.Regex project for the Regex stuff. However, when I do this, VS wants
> > to put all the .cs files into the build directory where the project file is.
> > How do I tell the project file that the actual files for the project should
> > be located in another folder?
> >
> > I've taken a look at some of hte other projects but I can't see where this
> > is designated
> >
> > ~P 		 	   		  
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