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Getting the Version of an Assembly embedded as a WPF resource.

, 1 Mar 2010 CPOL
I have an assembly embedded as a resource in my application. I had the need to get the System.Version of that assembly. I figured that should be easy but off the top of my head I didn't know the series of calls needed to accomplish this. So I decided to sit down and walk through the problem....


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I was faithfully married to MFC from 1994 to 2008, developing over a million lines of code for desktop applications during that time. Pockets of my employer at that time started flirting with WPF and I myself abandoned my longtime MFC wife and took up an affair with WPF, with which I've been infatuated ever since. Not that I wouldn't be willing to move back in with my wife for the right offer. But I still hold out the hope that WPF will be able to support me and all its other lovers over the long term.

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