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Adding resources to an assembly

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Is it possible, with the use of code, to add a resource to an assembly? Perhaps
using the ResourceWriter ? Basiclly I want to do the equivalent of adding a file
to my project and making it an "embedded resource", but with the help of code
on another assembly.

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ANDREAS HÅKANSSON
STUDENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
andreas (at) selfinflicted.org
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Too add to the problem.. I want to add a resource to an external assembly, and
not the same assembly which the code is executed from =)

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ANDREAS HÅKANSSON
STUDENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
andreas (at) selfinflicted.org
"Andreas Håkansson" <an*****@selfinflicted.org> wrote in message news:eE**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Is it possible, with the use of code, to add a resource to an assembly? Perhaps
using the ResourceWriter ? Basiclly I want to do the equivalent of adding a file
to my project and making it an "embedded resource", but with the help of code
on another assembly.

--
ANDREAS HÅKANSSON
STUDENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
andreas (at) selfinflicted.org
Nov 15 '05 #2

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