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Transporting an exe..

Hi,
I am using Visual studio 2003 to make a project. My project resides in
the folder name 'project'. I have to transport an exe to the PC that
already has .NET framework 1.1 installed, but doesn't have Visual
studio 2k3 installed. Can i transfer exe that is found in
project/bin/debug/project.exe to the computer that only has .NET
framework 1.1. Will only that exe work or i will have to bundle some
other files with it?
Or there is another way to make an exe? Please enlighten me..
thanks.
-Erland

Nov 26 '05 #1
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Sure, you can do that. You will have to include all assemblies that are
referenced (that are not part of the framework).

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Hi,
I am using Visual studio 2003 to make a project. My project resides in
the folder name 'project'. I have to transport an exe to the PC that
already has .NET framework 1.1 installed, but doesn't have Visual
studio 2k3 installed. Can i transfer exe that is found in
project/bin/debug/project.exe to the computer that only has .NET
framework 1.1. Will only that exe work or i will have to bundle some
other files with it?
Or there is another way to make an exe? Please enlighten me..
thanks.
-Erland

Nov 27 '05 #2

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