Ryan on January 7, 2009

ILMerge is an invaluable tool from Michael Barnett at Microsoft Research that can merge multiple assemblies together into a single assembly. ILMerge can output .NET 2.0 or .NET 1.1 assemblies by using the /targetplatform:v1.1 switch. At the time of writing v2.8.0626 (26th June 08) has a little problem when targeting .NET 1.1 and running on […]

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This seems to come up time and time again and can leave people hairless. I haven’t found a good, simple walkthrough – so I thought I would put together a quick post. Disclaimer : This post is written from the perspective of a developer setting up a dev/test system. For production purposes you need to […]

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Ryan on November 5, 2008

For many applications (especially server based applications) its essential to provide some sort of logging for support and troubleshooting. While logging to Windows Event logs is a good idea if you need to get an administrators attention its not really suitable for detailed logging, and if you have a problem you need to have already […]

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