Me and a few people are working on a project and i was wondering is there a way we can both work on it at the same time? We have to keep sending each other the updated codes once one person has finished working so the other person can work on it to, But we are only able to have one person working on it at once because all the updates wont be in the same source file....
In a Solution Explorer, you can right-click to "Add | Existing item..." to a Project which brings up a dialog box, you select whatever existing files you want to add. Then, rather than clicking the Add button, click the arrow on the Add button and click "Add as link".
So, the developers can have a common set of code somewhere, and have their projects refer to the files without making local copies. When one developer saves changes, the other(s) will be notifiied to reload that file.
Richard MacCutchan wrote:
Mostly (in this case) because it always wants to make local copies of stuff.
Another option would be to have the source code and projects in a common place and have the developers share the projects directly.
Ah, by "workable" I meant one that doesn't need glasses. I remember trying out the some early LCD shutter glasses and hi-res projectors about 12 to 15 years ago, and it was impressive even back then, but things haven't really advanced much since.
I'm waiting for a proper hi-def, full colour 3D image I can move around, and / or rotate in any direction. A haptic interface to go with it would be nice too...
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Alright. This explanation isn't that great either. i'm just going to say that you cannot use a 3D model as a form. You can SHOW a 3D model IN a form and have various part of the model clickable. It would require DirectX to be able to do this. I would suggest starting with the XNA Framework and learning the basics of 3D modeling and using XNA first.
I have created one control in Vb.net in I am calling Webservice in the contorl.Now I using this control in VB 6 , but I am getting error as
"Coult not find default endpoint element that references contract "webservice name" in the Service Model Client configuration section. This might be because no configuration file was found for your application, or because no endpoint element matching the contract cout be found in the client element "
This might be because no configuration file was found for your application
This should be the big hint. VB6 doesn't use app.config files, so you're going to have to setup every thing that would normally be done automatically by the app.config file yourself in your control. Though, since I haven't used VB6 is quite a long time, I'm just guessing here.
In my base class I overload the ==operator (including GetHashCode, != and Equals) and when I do a customerA == customerB it works 100%, yet when I do a customersList.IndexOf(customerA) I always get -1 even though I can see a customer instance in the list that should return true in my overloaded operator, and when I place a break point in my operator overloader it stops when I do a ==, but it does not break when I do an IndexOf()...
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