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The question was also not explicitly a project file editing question, so you should go downvote all those answers too. In Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8, a lot of infrastructure code, or code that interacts with the operating system or external data sources, can be written using Windows Runtime API. Visual Studio 2013 (and probably 2015) TypeScript 1.4 and at least 1.5 (which is still in beta as I write) is supported from 2013.  To add TS support for Visual Studio It seems I can add links to files outside the library project though. Source

It uses just a basic relative URL similar to "../../../SharedProjectFolder/css/style.css" –Chattah Dec 13 '12 at 19:47 Same file structure and all on your local box? –IyaTaisho Dec 13 '12 For example, apps that have been built using the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern could share the model and viewmodel of you app.User controls with no platform dependencies. Can an object *immediately* start moving at a high velocity? Also please note this idea will drive serious side effect with different source control systems and backup resore systems –g.pickardou Mar 27 '14 at 9:34 Apparently I'm not allowed

Cannot Add A Link To The Folder There Is Already A File Of The Same Name

It mentions however the following error condition: "Cannot add a link to a file that is inside the project tree" –Dirk Vollmar Jul 26 '11 at 22:17 I don't Citing work with a publication year in the future What episode of Star Trek is this creature on? MathSciNet review alert? So you can create the following file (for example by naming it WebApplication.Extension.targets) with the following content: