VS.NET source code organiziation

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VS.NET source code organiziation

Postby UGF0cmljaw » Thu, 12 May 2005 16:38:02 GMT

Dear Ng,

are there any rules and/or guidelines for organizing the source code 
projects? I have a project with app. 10 - 15 projects. How should I structure 
the folders, etc...?

Many thanks and best regards,
Patrick Braunschweig

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