Automatic updating assemblies between different projects in TFS

There are in TFS 2010 project collection, in which several team projects. In one of the project output Assembly. How can it automatically change in other team projects, where it is used?
October 8th 19 at 02:00
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October 8th 19 at 02:02
Standard tools for this, no, TFS does not track dependencies and is not commits the code there. You can, of course, if you need to topsat build process template and there to do what you want.
Clear. Then what are the options for solving this problem (not necessarily via TFS)? For example, you can copy the Assembly in the GAC and will be available to other solutions. - casey_Koelpin commented on October 8th 19 at 02:05
October 8th 19 at 02:04
Usually it do so:
1. The General Assembly is isolated in a separate project
2. Write a build script (in the simplest cases .sln works)
3. Installed NuGet
4. Going .nuspec file and put in all assemblies (see P1)

For process automation is configured continue intergration (CI) build server that would be on every change would raise a General Assembly and sent to the NuGet Repository, where all interested projects would be pulled up as needed.

Here's the first link from Google
www.hanselman.com/blog/NuGetForTheEnterpriseNuGetInAContinuousIntegrationAutomatedBuildSystem.aspx

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