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I maintain several applications that share dependencies. Each application has its own package, git repo, and solution file. Each dependency package has its own git repo. I have been including source code files from these dependent packages via solution folders.
Working on my node js apps, I split reusable code into modules, each with it's own package.json and git repo. In order to work in Visual Studio, I have to open separate instances of visual studio, rather than keep them all as projects in a single solution because I can only be connected to a single git repo at a time. It would be much nicer to have a single solution with all of my modules as projects, and be able to interact with each git repo easily.Ivan Gilchrist supported this idea ·
I set CTRL+D as a keyboard shortcut for "Compare with unmodified". That makes this much quicker.