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Q: Version number

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Hi

Can anybody help me with the following problem?

I have a vb.net application which has a setup project. In the setup I can
specify the version number of the application. I would like to display this
version number in the splash screen of the main application. Is there a way
to do this?

Geoff
Nov 21 '05 #1
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In a windows application you can get version number like that...

System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly(). GetName().Version()

Now, in a setup I never tested it...

"Geoff" a écrit :
Hi

Can anybody help me with the following problem?

I have a vb.net application which has a setup project. In the setup I can
specify the version number of the application. I would like to display this
version number in the splash screen of the main application. Is there a way
to do this?

Geoff

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Frederic H wrote:
In a windows application you can get version number like that...

System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly() .GetName().Version()

Now, in a setup I never tested it...

"Geoff" a écrit :
Hi

Can anybody help me with the following problem?

I have a vb.net application which has a setup project. In the setup I can
specify the version number of the application. I would like to display this
version number in the splash screen of the main application. Is there a way
to do this?

Geoff


Nov 21 '05 #3

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Thanks everyone.

By the way, the message from Frederic doesn't seem to appear in the Outlook
Express display. I only know he replied because his response is in the other
posters message.

Anybody know why that happened?

Geoff

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Frederic H wrote:
In a windows application you can get version number like that...
System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly( ).GetName().Version()

Now, in a setup I never tested it...
"Geoff" a écrit :

Hi

Can anybody help me with the following problem?

I have a vb.net application which has a setup project. In the setup I can
specify the version number of the application. I would like to display
this version number in the splash screen of the main application. Is
there a way to do this?

Geoff

Nov 21 '05 #4

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