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is there any way to get to a unique build verion of an assembly at runtime? e.g. a version that is unique to the time that the assembly was built?

is there any way to get to a unique build verion of an assembly at runtime?
e.g. a version that is unique to the time that the assembly was built?
Nov 16 '05 #1
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You can get the version of an assembly. If the AssemblyInfo file has a
wildcard, then the version will be unique for the build. I am not sure what
else you want.
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is there any way to get to a unique build verion of an assembly at
runtime?
e.g. a version that is unique to the time that the assembly was built?

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