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Packaging & Referencing

I have a performance question with regards to packaging assemblies and
referencing them.

First lets say you have created the following assemblies:

Company.Framework.dll
Company.Framework.IO.dll
Company.Framework.Xml.dll
Company.Framework.Data.dll
Company.Framework.Web.dll
Company.Framework.Web.UI.dll
Company.Framework.Web.UI.HtmlControls.dll
Company.Framework.Web.UI.WebControls.dll

Now, when you go to use one, more, or all of them in an application would it
have been better performance wise to have them all in ONE assembly that could
just be called Company.Framework.dll ?

Other than logical packaging, is there a performance hit for referencing
more than one assembly as opposed to having it all in one "god" assembly?

Please explain or show me an article somewhere.

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-Demetri
Feb 23 '06 #1
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