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    Default Making source code available

    Might sound silly but I would like to know this.

    In many posts I have seen people providing links to download the source code rather than attaching it in zipped or any extension.
    If I know the URL I can do it, but what if I have a large solution which cannot be sent as an attachment and I need to allow other people to access my code. ???

    Need some input.

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    Default Re: Making source code available

    Quote Originally Posted by vermarajeev View Post
    but what if I have a large solution which cannot be sent as an attachment and I need to allow other people to access my code. ???
    Some particular "other people" or everyone? Make sure you don't include any binary files --- only pure sources, this way the archive will be smaller and you might fit under the limit.

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