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From "Shane Isbell" <>
Subject Re: Deciding on IDE Project Layout
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2007 21:30:30 GMT
Unless there are any objections, I'm going to make the flat directory
structure layout the default layout. This will make it much easier for
current .NET developers to just drop in a pom into their existing projects
and have NMaven work.


On Nov 15, 2007 12:14 PM, Shane Isbell <> wrote:

> Could I get a quick poll of what is the preferred directory layout for
> NMaven projects? Currently, we have both the typical Maven style project
> layout src/main/csharp and src/test/csharp and so on and also the VS2005
> format, which is flat, with just a single Test directory at the same level
> as the module's classes. Currently, we support both, but the typical Maven
> layout is troublesome when dealing with Visual Studio (or SharpDevelop).
> Does anyone see any problems with moving to a single, flat directory
> structure for our standard? We could still support the typical Maven style
> layout for command line, it would just be that anything that requires IDE
> support would be required to have a flat project structure.
> Thanks,
> Shane

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