- Show all files in the library projects and select Include in Project from the context menu for the Release folders under bin.
- Check in changes. Your source control explorer may look like the following:
- Create a folder under the application folder of App1 called Dependencies.
- Right click on each of the Release folders checked in and Branch.
- Select Label from the Branch from version drop down, and select the last build label.
- Browse for the Dependencies folder created earlier and type in the name of the original project. Ex: Library2
- Repeat for the other library project.
- Check in the branch operation.
- Open the application project, remove the references to the DLLs from the project folder of the libraries.
- Re-add the references to the DLLs in the Dependencies folder.
- Check in the project. The Build server should kick off and build the application successfully.
Monday, August 24, 2009
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