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Yes, I'm referencing the common dependencies as projects. But we can really reference a project directly in TFS? I'm yet to figure this out.

Common Dep. projects used to live in their own solution folder in TFS directory, with their own unit testers.

When two solutions utilize this dll, I have to down the 3 solutions separately (which means 3 VS instances), & manually ADD the common dll project to both the application solutions. I felt its a bit messy.

When I do this, the solution files unnecessarily checks-out , assuming I'm going to add the Dll project into the solution. I cannot do it , as it becomes a duplicate in every application solution that's using this dll project. Some devs in team have mistakenly done this too. After referencing the Dll project, they accidentally checked it in along with the app solution, creating an independent copy. Hmmm | :|


Ideally, if App solutions can add a shared dll project virtually, from the TFS & share across multiple solutions , it'd would be awesome. But that's where Nuget is doing it's job, but with binaries.

In other words, Just like how Nuget is working for sharing binaries, if the same could be done for common projects, it'll be great.

Please excuse me if I've typed something stupid. I'm still trying to figure things out with TFS & common projects mapping. Smile | :)

By far, Private-Nuget repo sounds clear & usable.

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