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Missing version info in multifile assembly

In my solution, I have several C# and C++ projects. Since I need them to
produce multifile assembly, I use C# and C++ command line compiler. To avoid
compile error caused by redundant code in AssemblyInfo.cs in each of the
projects, I then created GlobalAssemblyInfo.cs at the solution level, which
contains copyright, version number, etc, and have it shared among the
projects. I manage to build the solution and get several netmodules and one
DLL.

Now my question is why the DLL's properties window in windows explorer does
not display the version tab, while roeder's .net reflector shows that the
version related information are embedded correctly in the assembly.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance
-- Henry
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Hi Henry,

I have added a reply to you in microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vc
newsgroup. You may give it a review and follow up there. Thanks.

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Jeffrey Tan
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