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QuestionConsuming perl webservice in .Net Pinmemberernestohari1-Dec-12 23:38 
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QuestionThoughts on Authorization in a Hierarchical User Structure. PinmemberBrady Kelly1-Dec-12 2:56 
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QuestionA MEF Question - Refering base classes without adding reference to a dll. PinmemberJohn T.Emmatty29-Nov-12 23:25 
AnswerRe: A MEF Question - Refering base classes without adding reference to a dll. PinmemberEddy Vluggen1-Dec-12 6:30 
Disclaimer; I don't use MEF.
 
John T.Emmatty wrote:
Is this the right way to do it?

Sounds like "yes" to me; that way you can update both common/exe without touching the other.
 
John T.Emmatty wrote:
What is the other option in MEF using which i can refer to the base classes in my main module without referring to a dll.

Don't know if the option exists; but it "would" generate classes, and it should be possible to reference/copy those to your own assembly. I expect this is not the recommended way.
 
What's against having a second assembly?
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