ILMerge is a utility for merging multiple .NET assemblies into a single .NET assembly. It works on executables and DLLs alike and comes with several options for controlling the processing and format of the output. ILMerge takes a set of input assemblies and merges them into one target assembly.
To successfully deploy your .NET Framework application, you must understand how the common language runtime locates and binds […]
If you need to install Win32 side by side assemblies globally, you should use the MsiAssembly and MsiAssemblyName […]
In the early days Microsoft recommend installing DLLs to c:\windows\system32 if you wanted to share them with other […]
This is a MSDN extract; I have still posted it because many of us do not follow these […]
Installation of assemblies should not be dealt using gacutil.exe (Custom action) in an application installation suite. Gacutil is […]
An Assembly is a logical unit of code. Assembly physically exist as DLLs or EXEs. One assembly can […]
When you find in a file which is suffixed by “.ni” in an application capture (For eg: Aclayers.ni.dll), […]