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How to add a manifest to an assembly?

What I have tried:

I tried to find how to add a manifest using https://github.com/0xd4d/dnlib dnlib library for C#, but I did not find anything in the documents.
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Updated 12-Nov-22 11:59am
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Richard MacCutchan 12-Nov-22 4:00am    
You can add it in the Application properties in Visual Studio.
r3xq1_dev 12-Nov-22 10:04am    
This is not what you need, using the Dnlib or Mono.Cecil library, add the manifest to the project properties of another file
Richard MacCutchan 12-Nov-22 10:18am    
Sorry, I have no experience (nor have I even heard) of either of those products. A more detailed question might get you a better answer.
Graeme_Grant 12-Nov-22 18:09pm    
Is this you asking the author?

Manifest Assembly · Issue #487 · 0xd4d/dnlib · GitHub[^]

He is the best person to answer your question.

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In Visual Studio:
Right click Project -> Add New Item -> Application Manifest File
 
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r3xq1_dev 12-Nov-22 10:05am    
This is not what is needed! Read the question carefully!
RickZeeland 12-Nov-22 15:26pm    
Then be more clear and specific in your question, we don't have crystal balls ...
Richard Deeming 15-Nov-22 8:12am    
And if we did have crystal balls, we'd always sit down very carefully. :D
RickZeeland 15-Nov-22 8:34am    
Hear hear!
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