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by StevenLJackson1
How you can structure your solution and project files in Visual Studio to make updating your assemblies' version number much easier.
by Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
The ShellScript is originally developed for the debugging of my "genome-in-code" virtual cell simulation engine, but now it becomes a script language for a .Net program.
by Pankaj.Sinha.Techno
Loading assemblies using Assembly.Load, Assembly.LoadFrom and Assembly.LoadFile
by nkrscorpio
This is yet another example for memory mapped files. What is cool though is unlike other samples, I have a SetData(TCHAR* Key, TCHAR* value) / GetData(TCHAR* key) pattern here.

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by Graham D Smith
In a previous post in this series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS we looked at how some simple tweaks to the build process can help with the goal of baking quality in. This post continues in the vein of making improvements to the pipeline by addressing the issue of assembly versioning.
by Alberto Molero
Zlib compress / decompress implementation using .Net 4.5.1, with no external DLL's
by Melick
Most of you may confuse why there are two GACs available in the machine. C:\WINDOWS\assembly C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\assembly What is GAC GAC is a shared location in your machine that keeps assemblies, Dlls for common sharing purpose. Assume that you are using system.data.dll in your project. so
by voloda2
Explains how to release an unmanaged library loaded into managed .NET code

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