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Posted 11 Jan 2012

Merging DLLs into Your Main Assembly for Easier Distribution

, 2 Apr 2012 CPOL
Distributing applications with DLL dependencies can be problematic. Here we explain how to make distribution easier by combining these dependencies into the main assembly.

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