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  1. I am looking into better ways to organize my project files on disk. The existing setup I have used for many years is not conductive to LVOOP classes or easy code reuse. So, I am looking for some 'best practices' information on how to layout my various project folders and organize the classes and VIs and support files within. I need to get this correct upfront before I start building and committing anything to SCC, as rearranging it later is a pain. I did some searches for information on this but came up empty. I am hoping someone can post their thoughts or a link to a good article or thread on this subject. thanks for any help, -John
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