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Timestamping assemblies with Build date and time.

, 27 Apr 2012 CPOL
It surprised me to find that there is no simple way to find out when a .NET assembly was built. You can work it out from the revision number (provided you only use the "standard" numbering scheme) but it's not obvious. This provides a simple way to timestamp individual assemblies at build time.
GenerateTimeStampFile.zip
GenerateTimeStampFile
GenerateTimeStampFile
obj
x86
Debug
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferences.cache
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferencesInput.cache
GenerateResource.read.1.tlog
GenerateResource.write.1.tlog
GenerateTimeStampFile.exe
GenerateTimeStampFile.pdb
GenerateTimeStampFile.Properties.Resources.resources
TempPE
Properties
Settings.settings

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