There are two related formats in which you can save your project. One supports sharing the project file with other developers, via a revision control system or other method.
The default Project Type (accessed from Project Properties in the Project menu) is Single User (One File). This stores all project data into a single file. The file name for these files should end in .wpr.
To share a project file with other developers, change Project Type in the Options tab of Project Properties to Shared (Two Files). Then save your project to obtain the two separate project files on disk. The main project file name ends in .wpr and will contain only shareable data. All user-specific data will be stored in a separate file with name ending in .wpu.
If you subsequently change from a shared project back to single user, the user-specific data will be merged back into the main project file and the file ending in .wpu will be removed from disk.
Note that both the combined single user file and two split shared files use the same textual file format that is used for the preferences file. See section Preferences File Format for more information on the format itself.
Which project properties are stored in the main project file may be set by modifying the main file with a text editor and setting the proj.shared-attribute-names attribute to the list of names to be stored in the main file.
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