ASP.NET MVC Resource Engine

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The MVC Resource Engine library provides components to use resource engines working similar to asp.net mvc view engines. Rather than putting all resources in one folder, you can distribute them to specific controllers and areas.

http://mvcresourceengine.codeplex.com/

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