Yes. Create a new class library project and keep all your common functions inside this library and referenced it wherever required.
Sivakumar Sivaprakasam, Jan 04, 2012
Could you please explain your problem little more clear.
From your statement "Sometimes I need an enum from library A and use it in library C. "
I guess you mean libraryA.Enum is required by LibraryC?
If my guess is correct , considering the Chain you have put here, there may be a Cyclic Reference only if Library A tries to use an Enum defined in LIbrary C. In your case it should not be a problem.
Ideally if you want to expose an Enum defined in Library A to Library C you should have a public Property in Library A, which could be used by C.
public MyEnum MyEnumerator
Library A internally - at any instance may update _myEnum private variable so that Library C can only use A's Enum and not update it.
Tarriq Ferrose Khan, Jan 03, 2012
Your guess is right, you should create a new common library which will have common code which can be used in any other library.
Thanks & Regards,
Ankit Parikh, Jan 03, 2012
Hi Ron Thanks for the help. P&P? Sorry, am new to design patterns and am missing the reference. It is a turn-based game. Doug
Apr 03, 2011