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I have a native dll with some code that I want to leverage from managed C# applications.
So I wrote a C++/CLI class library to implement an wrapper assembly.
This works well but it creates a maintenance issue.
In the C# client project, I added a reference to my wrapper assembly and whenever I build the client project, the assembly dll gets copied to the build target folder.
However the dependent native dll does not get copied.
So my question is, how do I include the native dll in the wrapper assembly dependency so that they are both copied when the client project is built.
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