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QuestionShould I bring in a project or a .dll in my VS solution? Pin
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Let me ask you this question - My group has WPF application, we use three custom built libraries in this WPF application. These libraries are built as separate projects and have their own Subversion repositories. (4 Subversion repositories altogether)

Question - Should we be using the .dll files in our WPF solution or should we be using the projects from Subversion? and bring the entire project into Visual Studio?

Keep in mind our WPF application isn't the only application that uses these 3 libraries, we have other solutions that use these libraries. We are bringing in the library projects because we frequently modify these libraries when working on our WPF app.

***Here is my concern - we are now moving to TFS from Subversion and TFS has, whats called, TFS projects. Should we be creating 4 different TFS projects, one for each Subversion repository or should we be putting all projects into one TFS project? In TFS you have to create work items for each TFS project so if we have a user story that might need modification of both the WPF app and a library, if the library is its own TFS project, then we will have to create work items in 2 different TFS projects. And that seems redundant/annoying/not efficient.
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