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A command line compiler is something that many of today's Microsoft centric developers have never had to deal with. This article will give examples of how to use the VB.NET compiler but many of the terms/ideas can be applied to the C# compiler as well. Author: Alex Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
With ASP.NET version 2.0, it has become a snap for server control authors to embed image and script resources into assemblies, making deployment clean and error-free. Author: Mark Hines Code: ASP.NET v2.0
First of all...what is GAC? And why should we place assemblies in the GAC? Global Assembly Cache (GAC) is a common place to share the .NET assemblies across many applications. GAC caches all strong named assembly references within it. Author: aspalliance.com Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
Assemblies are the fundamental unit of application development and deployment in .NET framework. A .NET assembly is a self-describing component that does require to be registered like COM components. Author: aspalliance.com Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
This utility is intended for linking multiple managed modules or assemblies into a single module or assembly.
Author: Serge Lidin Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
In this article I will show you how you can view the Code Groups that an assembly belongs to and what permissions belong to the assembly. I will demonstrate the Caspol utility supplied with the .NET SDK. Author: Chris Rausch Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & C#
Hello Folks, In my last article i discussed about protecting the IL code from unauthorised disassembling.
In this article i am going to demonstrate how we can manipulate the IL code to change the behaviour of how the .NET programme executes. Author: Manish B Mehta Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & C#
This article is the second part of a three part series of articles covering the .Net assemblies. I will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly". Author: Chris Rausch Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & C#
In this part I will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the available utilities for manipulating assemblies. Author: Chris Rausch Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & C#
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