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Narendra Tiwari December 2008 Entries
Signing an existing assembly
If you want to sign an assembly, you must have the source code, then you can sign it by creating .Net Module. 1. Create .NetModule CSC /out:<OutputModule.netmo... /t:module <CodeFile.cs> 2. Create a Keypair SN -k <KeyPairFile.snk> 3. Link Keypair with the assembly using Assembly Linker AL /out:<OutputAssembly.dll... <Module.netModule> /keyfile:<Keyfile.snk> There is a much simpler and easy way to do this, even if you do not have the source code. ILMerge is the ......

Posted On Friday, December 19, 2008 11:30 AM

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