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Here in Flyover Country Talking about Project Management, Risk, and Statistics October 2009 Entries
Binding and Fusion Log
Having binding issues? No not that sort... So more for my own poor memory, we have a project where references will throw errors like "The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference." Not terribly useful. But MS has a tool that can aid in diagnosing these issues, Fusion Log. Open up a VS (2k8 or 2k10) command prompt. Type fuslogvw.exe You should now see: Next run your program, this can even do this from a test project. To isolate the issue just run the relevant test ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 27, 2009 1:24 PM

Welcome to the tech blog...
Initial topic over the next several posts will revolve around the Unity framework... The goal is to try to do an intro to it, and then use that as future speaking notes...

There is a second blog for the exercise minded over at That one will follow my sorry adventures in running this winter (along with indoor cycling etc... and the occasional political rant.)

So next time, Hello Unity.

Posted On Friday, October 16, 2009 10:12 AM

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