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Move a C# Console project to a network share

Move a C# Console project to a network share

Move a C# Console project to a network share

I need to move a C# Console Project to a network share and i am not sure how to do so.  I thought of just copying the source folder and moving it to a network share would do it but my changes do not take effect on the network share.

Any advice / pointers would be great.  I tried to google it but can't find much about this.

Thanks in advance.


RE: Move a C# Console project to a network share

Are you actually trying to "deploy" this, so that others can use this?

Normally this involves some form of packaging, usually with setup project. In some cases, just copying the \bin directory after a full compile is sufficient.

You won't be able to get a realtime sync unless you add a post build event to copy the files out to the network share.


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