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V2.0 ildasm & mscorlib

I have installed .Net 2.0 on one PC, and 1.1. and 2.0 on another, as well
has VS C# 2005 Express on both.

Reference books refer to ildasm.exe, which exists solely in the 1.1 SDK.
What is the .Net 2.0 SDK equivalent? AFAICT the 1.1 ildasm will not work on
2.0 generated exes or dlls.

I also see frequent references in documentation to mscorlib.dll. This file
does not exist on either machine. Does that mean that .Net 2.0 grabs
everything that it needs to make the exe/dll. Can anyone point me to
somewhere that highlights the technical differences between the releases.
(as opposed to the System.xxx class differences or language differences such
as generics)
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Paul,
Reference books refer to ildasm.exe, which exists solely in the 1.1 SDK.
What is the .Net 2.0 SDK equivalent?
Ildasm.exe is available in the v2.0 SDK as well. Note that the .NET
framework SDK is a separate install, and the SDK tools are not
included in the redistributable .NET framework setup.

I also see frequent references in documentation to mscorlib.dll. This file
does not exist on either machine.
Really? It should be in the
%WINDIR%\Microsoft.Net\Framework\<FrameworkVersion > directory. If it's
not there, your .NET framework installation is incomplete.

Does that mean that .Net 2.0 grabs
everything that it needs to make the exe/dll.


No it doesn't.

Mattias

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