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Post build step static linking tool for C#, using ILMerge

, 1 Dec 2005
Post build step static linking tool for C#, using ILMerge.

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I have been developing software since I first got hold of a ZX80 age 10. After a few years with BBC Basic and 6502 assembler (I used to write articles for PCW and Acorn User) I then discovered Pascal with Objects and quickly moved to C++ where I spent 15happy years before finding the joys of c#.

After discovering the wonders of working for myself I founded Hollingside Technologies ( We offer c# / c++ / Delphi / SQL and also management consultancy. As well as the consultancy work we have run a number of successful C# and Object Oriented Programming training courses. Past bespoke software that we have written includes mobile software (pocket PC) that integrates with MS Exchange via GPRS for a sales team; remote hardware monitoring software; scanning and image recognition software for passport control and a heap of other stuff.

When not being a geek I play guitar in a semi-successful rock band( and am a competitive fencer.

Other spare time is spent walking my dogs and riding my motorbike.

After all that? Give me a good beer and a splatter movie!

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