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How to sign C++ CLI assemblies with a strong name

, 20 Apr 2009
If your application is signed with a strong name, Visual Studio will require you to sign every assembly you reference. Now, even if you are a .Net only developer, it happens sometimes that you have to deal with some kind of interop with C++/CLI DLLs. If both situations happen, you will find yourself
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