VS 2010: Project Linker?

Prism V2 Drop 8 is making great progress on the Silverlight front. Reading the readme.txt, one can only assume that VS 2010 will include multi-targeting support.

“The approach we (Microsoft) are taking for multi-targeting is to provide guidance on structuring application and module code into multiple linked projects. Each project manages all of the references, resources and code specific to the WPF or Silverlight target environment. The Project Linker is a tool that helps creating and maintaining links from a source project to a target project to share code that is common to Silverlight and WPF. Therefore shared code can be written once and built for the target environment. Filters can be specified to avoid linking every file, this is useful if you are writing Silverlight or WPF specific code. For example you can filter out all files that have a defined prefix.”

~ by mdavey on December 23, 2008.

One Response to “VS 2010: Project Linker?”

  1. I cannot install Project Linker after installing .NET 4.0 Beta 2. Getting some .NET 3.5 is required message and the install is shutting down. I have not been able to find a work around, or is this not needed for VS 2010

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