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BOOK: Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2010
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Hello, everybody.

Please, can somebody explain me where I could find source code for this chapter (i. e. Chapter 20)? I don't understand where can I find the Acmeapp.sln. in the Charter 20 -> Basic Branching Plan -> Implementation on page 454 of the book. I want to use Acmeapp solution file and associated files and folders in order to do the task of the chapter, but I can't find source code.

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Default AcmeApp

Sorry for the confusion. This chapter didn't have a code download as the the "AcmeApp" example used in Chapter 20 was just a C# Console Application with 5 additional classes added (ClassA.cs - ClassE.cs). Each ClassA.cs type class had 10 lines in it called with just "// line A 1" through to "// line A 10", ClassB had "// line B 1" etc.

If you go to File, New, Project.. and create a new Visual C# (or Visual Basic) Console Application solution and add 5 files to it in a similar way you should be able to follow along.

If you need anything else, just let me know.

Many thanks,

Martin.
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Thanks Martin! I've just realized it and recieved your message. Great work!

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