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As we are only two "multitask" programmers we have separate projects because the work is easier. However we need to join the two projects, continuing to work separately. It is possible. We work in Visual Studio Professional 2012/Vb.net.
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Are you using source control of any kind?
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by:rflorencio
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In fact no.
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Keeping a solution in sync without some sort of version control software is probably going to be tough. Between having the files locked, versioning of each project in relation to the other, and various other issues you may encounter, I think trying to merge an maintain multiple solutions in this fashion will be cumbersome. You may consider trying out versioning software like Team Foundation Server (Express edition is free), SVN, or GIT, which I haven't used before, but I believe is also free. With source control you get the benefit of backed-up code as well as a history of who made what change in addition an easier approach to merging changes into a master solution.
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Thank´s kaufmed.
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