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quick question on al.exe

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Hi,
got a quick question on al.exe
i have an assembly say library.dll without any strong name
i have a sn pair say org.snk

how do i sign library.dll with org.snk using al?

tx
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Nov 15 '05 #1
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"tariq" <t#@Softhome.net> wrote in news:#Hj$F6soDHA.2268
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Hi,
got a quick question on al.exe
i have an assembly say library.dll without any strong name
i have a sn pair say org.snk

how do i sign library.dll with org.snk using al?

tx
-T


not with al. it's done with the strongname tool:

sn -R library.dll org.snk

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Nov 15 '05 #2

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Thanks very much
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Nov 15 '05 #3

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I tried that and I got an error message; "library.dll does not represent a strongly named assembly." What could be the problem?

- Rashad [MCP]
Nov 15 '05 #4

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It kinda doesnt work.

The dll should already have a strong name to sn -R....

What is needed is a way of inserting a sn key pair to dll which is not
signed

-Tariq

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Nov 15 '05 #5

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There is no way to do that.

The closest you can do is to sign something that was delay signed, or to
re-sign something that was signed (or delay signed) with a different key.

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"Tariq Ayad" <t#@softhome.net> wrote in message
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It kinda doesnt work.

The dll should already have a strong name to sn -R....

What is needed is a way of inserting a sn key pair to dll which is not
signed

-Tariq

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Nov 15 '05 #6

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