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Stronly named assemblies in a team environment

I'm looking for best practices for strongly naming assemblies in a team
environment.

We have a number of developers in our team and as often is the case, it
will be necessary to share common code assemblies. We also want to
strong name our assemblies.

How should the keys be generated, using SN.exe? Should the resulting
output file be shared? Stored somewhere? Should all of our assemblies
be strongly named with the same key pair?
Any assistance or web links would be helpful.

Thanks,

Chris

Jul 21 '05 #1
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