Thanks, guys for the various suggestions. I think for my current purposes, Polter's "one solution, 2 projects" suggestion fits best.So, I just created essentially a copy of my current project in my current solution.To do this, I -added a new project to the solution.-selected, copied, and pasted my current main1.cpp code into the new main2.cpp file. -added the other file.cpp I am using to the project as an existing item.-had to go into project properties to make a command line addition I am using.So, in the context of one solution/two projects, my question becomes: is there any easier way to do all this?I simply want the new project to begin in a state in which (i) the new main.cpp file is a duplicate of the old one,(ii) all the other files are added as existing items, and (iii) all the command line settings are the same. Maybe I am spoiled from Mathematica. There, to start afresh, I would simply save the notebook under a new name andbe off and running.
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on January 24th, 2015, 11:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.