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Is it possible to set up my project on another machine with only Visual C

Posted on 2009-04-09
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As far as I know, I only have Visual C# and Visual C++ installed on my machine.  Specifically, I've installed the 2008 Express versions of each.

How do I make it so I can send my project to someone on another machine and expect them to compile and run it?  I've seen questions about dlls, assemblies, and one that sounded like it did what I wanted to -- but with Visual Studio, not Visual C#.  None of those have been able to inform me how to package my project such that it can be used elsewhere without having to make any modifications.

A screenshot of my Solution Explorer is attached.  No dlls are used, nor are any "assembles" (which I think I've seen in huge projects that I looked at while learning).
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by:hyliandanny
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The question has been clipped. It is meant to ask:

Is it possible to set up my project on another machine with only Visual C# (not Visual Studio or Visual Basic)?
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MrMintanet earned 250 total points
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THe project is saved to a folder.  Typically in MyDocuments/Project ... Something like that.  Zip the project up, and email it to them.
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by:hyliandanny
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That easy?  I'll give it a shot and let you know if I was successful.  Thanks!
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by:Anurag Thakur
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if its a solution with only one project then no problems
if there are multiple projects and all mix and match like one web project one windows app and one class library then it might be an issue
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by:hyliandanny
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It really WAS that easy.  Thanks for your prompt response!
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