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HowTo Create Multifile Assembly ?

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Sun. Aug. 22, 2004 2:20 PM PT

How to create multifile assembly in Managed Visual C++ ? Using VSIDE. Please
do not point me to MSDN pages, I already read those pages, and it only says,
that you can create, (but no info, or steps how to create?) it in VSIDE, but
no STEPS are given. I want this solution Only and Only in Managed VC++, with
the use of VSIDE. Also as VSIDE 2003 is unable to create MakeFile, like
VSIDE VC++ 6.0, MakeFile solution is difficult.

Thanks.
Nov 17 '05 #1
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> How to create multifile assembly in Managed Visual C++ ? Using VSIDE.
Please
do not point me to MSDN pages, I already read those pages, and it only says, that you can create, (but no info, or steps how to create?) it in VSIDE, but no STEPS are given. I want this solution Only and Only in Managed VC++, with the use of VSIDE. Also as VSIDE 2003 is unable to create MakeFile, like
VSIDE VC++ 6.0, MakeFile solution is difficult.


What exactly are you trying to accomplish here?

One thing to keep in mind is that the linker doesn't quite like to create a
multi-file assembly out of multiple MC++ .netmodule's, but will link a
primery MC++ module with others written in C# or VB.NET.

Why do you want to create a multimodule assembly anyway?

--
Tomas Restrepo
to****@mvps.org
Nov 17 '05 #2

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I was getting a circular reference calls in my application, that is, I have
an application class, and a main form, when I try to use child forms, not an
MDI, then I get an error, because it did not allow me to use child form
reference #include in the main and app class, but anyway I solve the
problem, I change the design, so now I do not have the circular reference,
what is the use of that we are an experienced C/C++ developer?

Thanks for your reply.

"Tomas Restrepo (MVP)" <to****@mvps.org> wrote in message
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How to create multifile assembly in Managed Visual C++ ? Using VSIDE. Please
do not point me to MSDN pages, I already read those pages, and it only

says,
that you can create, (but no info, or steps how to create?) it in VSIDE,

but
no STEPS are given. I want this solution Only and Only in Managed VC++,

with
the use of VSIDE. Also as VSIDE 2003 is unable to create MakeFile, like
VSIDE VC++ 6.0, MakeFile solution is difficult.


What exactly are you trying to accomplish here?

One thing to keep in mind is that the linker doesn't quite like to create

a multi-file assembly out of multiple MC++ .netmodule's, but will link a
primery MC++ module with others written in C# or VB.NET.

Why do you want to create a multimodule assembly anyway?

--
Tomas Restrepo
to****@mvps.org

Nov 17 '05 #3

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Making a multifile assembly out of i does not solve your issue here. It
needs to be a separate assembly. The restriction is caused by the fact that
reflection cannot load mixed mode .exe files.

Ronald Laeremans
Visual C++ team

"Lord2702" <Lo******@MSN.com> wrote in message
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I was getting a circular reference calls in my application, that is, I have
an application class, and a main form, when I try to use child forms, not
an
MDI, then I get an error, because it did not allow me to use child form
reference #include in the main and app class, but anyway I solve the
problem, I change the design, so now I do not have the circular reference,
what is the use of that we are an experienced C/C++ developer?

Thanks for your reply.

"Tomas Restrepo (MVP)" <to****@mvps.org> wrote in message
news:%2****************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> How to create multifile assembly in Managed Visual C++ ? Using VSIDE.

Please
> do not point me to MSDN pages, I already read those pages, and it only

says,
> that you can create, (but no info, or steps how to create?) it in
> VSIDE,

but
> no STEPS are given. I want this solution Only and Only in Managed VC++,

with
> the use of VSIDE. Also as VSIDE 2003 is unable to create MakeFile, like
> VSIDE VC++ 6.0, MakeFile solution is difficult.


What exactly are you trying to accomplish here?

One thing to keep in mind is that the linker doesn't quite like to create

a
multi-file assembly out of multiple MC++ .netmodule's, but will link a
primery MC++ module with others written in C# or VB.NET.

Why do you want to create a multimodule assembly anyway?

--
Tomas Restrepo
to****@mvps.org


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