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Frankly, I prefer DLL Hell

I am attempting to do something extremely simple:
-I have an application that references multiple sets of third-party
assembly DLLs
-The third-party assemblies are not strong-named and thus (apparently)
cannot be added to the GAC or loaded from from an absolute path
-I do not want to copy all of these DLLs (there are dozens) into my
application base

I've tried everything I can think of to achieve this, but I have not been
able to get around the roadblocks that the .net framework is throwing at me.

So, is this (seemingly) very simple thing I would like to do possible with
..net?

-Brian
Jul 21 '05 #1
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