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What is the best way to start a new Cocktail Project

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Printed Date: 14-Nov-2019 at 11:03pm


Topic: What is the best way to start a new Cocktail Project
Posted By: gregweb
Subject: What is the best way to start a new Cocktail Project
Date Posted: 07-Nov-2013 at 10:23am
What is the best way to start a new Cocktail project?

If I start a new DevForce 2012 SL project, and add the Cocktail binaries through NuGet, there is a lot of functionality included in TempHire that needs to be migrated over.

If I start with TempHire itself, there is quite a bit that needs to be renamed.

I haven't found a happy medium between the two.

Greg



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Posted By: smi-mark
Date Posted: 07-Nov-2013 at 10:57am
I find it useful to make a common project with everything you need. We have a large framework, but something as simple as a project with a base bootstrapper, error handlers, anything else you need and then simply referencing that in a new project is a good start.


Posted By: gregweb
Date Posted: 07-Nov-2013 at 3:10pm
Thanks Mark, good idea!


Posted By: gregweb
Date Posted: 08-Nov-2013 at 5:38am
A NuGet package for Cocktail like Caliburn.Micro.Start would be awesome.



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