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.Net Compilation, registry accessing and application deployment for both x86 and x64 environments

, 9 Jan 2010
What a long title, isn’t it? That’s because, in some cases, there are a bunch of things related to make your .Net applications ready to work in both x86 and x64 environments. Specially if you need to use some unmanaged code or access the registry. Let´s start! Compiling and running assemblies
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Inaki Ayucar
Software Developer (Senior)
Spain Spain
Inaki Ayucar is a Microsoft MVP in DirectX/XNA, and a software engineer involved in development since his first Spectrum 48k, in the year 1987. He is the founder and chief developer of The Simax Project (www.simaxvirt.com) and is very interested in DirectX/XNA, physics, game development, simulation, C++ and C#.
 
His blog is: http://graphicdna.blogspot.com
 
To contact Inaki: iayucar@simax.es

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