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One final thought I had was to download the production project dll's and one at a time for each dll load the project's code from source control into Visual Studio as a individual projects. Next, make sure all of the production dlls, exception for the one who's source code is being build are referenced, compile in release mode, then compaire file sizes. Does this this make since?
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