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I want to take sections out of this solution and use it in some of my applications but i keep getting errors on a reference to Wrox.Modules.

I go through all the code and replaced every reference to Wrox and still i get errors.

How can I just take modules out of the solution without having to use Wrox.Modules. What if I want the namespace to be AbcCompany.Modules. The book itself says you should be use namspacing of the company the project is for. Also it says that this is written to seperate modules just as i want to. But i don't see where it explains how.

How do i do that?

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Old November 7th, 2004, 04:38 PM
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I am working on seperating the mods as we speak... When doing this you will have to look at the core project as it has code that is used in the mods'. For example the enums for each mod ar stored in the core project... But are only used when referanceing the mod needed. Also each mod has three seperate projects that compile seperatly, and each of these are in it's own namespace.

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