Assembly References by Hand

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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Assembly References by Hand

    In absence of VS.NET, how would you go about adding an assembly reference? Even in projects that I&#039;ve created with VS.NET I&#039;ve been unable to locate a file where the assembly references reside. Sure the Solution Explorer lists them for you, but where is it pulling this info from?<BR><BR>Thanks in Advance,<BR><BR>Lonnie<BR>

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Assembly References by Hand

    Just drop the assembly into the "in" directory of your application and add then import the reference into your class like so:<BR><BR> &lt;%@ import Namespace="MarkItUp.Web" %&#062;<BR><BR>The above declaration assumes that there is an assembly (.dll) in my in folder that contains the MarkItUp.Web namespace.<BR><BR>If you are interested in how this works do some reading on "Probing for assemblies".

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