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As with many things, it depends...

We do the same thing a lot where I work. Sometimes we reference a DLL, sometimes we share the project, sometimes we copy the project and reverse integrate the changes.

Referencing a DLL is the safest answer. You always know what version you are running against and upgrade it when you decide to (Test can run full test passes and make sure nothing broke by doing so).

Sharing a project is very dangerous and is rarely used. If you change an interface in project B, project A probably will no longer compile.

Making a copy of the project and reverse integrating changes is one of the best solutions. It allows bugs to be fixed from both sides of the project and each side gets to decide whether or not to integrate those fixes. This even has the added benefit of allowing you to heavily modify some things (Interfaces, Classes ect) that would otherwise break the other project while still being able to take some bug fix type integration back.

I'm getting tired so hopefully that makes sense.
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