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QuestionApplication directories for Form App? Pin
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I have a kinda hugh client Form Application running and maintaining. It consist of two sub-systems, 1 for marketing and 1 for management.
It started as a Management applicaiton, created in VS08, so all classes etc. thats created for the Management sub-system (that was the first), was inside the Project root.... Later when I added Marketing Subsystem, I created a directory in the Project root, named 'Marketing' and afterwards I created every single Class and stuff related to Marketing in that folder.
But making folder for sub-systems also means that I have to call Class' and objects from each folder, with the foldername in front.

Eg.:
Marketing.Customer newCustomer = new Marketing.Customer();

instead of:
Customer newCustomer = new Customer();


But is it right or wrong to make those folders for each subsystem, to keep an easy overview of your application? Or should I forget everything about folders in the solution?
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