Load assemblyData ; } }; I know that topic is old but i'll write it for future persons that will want to use it. To correct this, you will need to place any code using the dll file namespace s in another method outside of constructor method. For managed dlls, you need not write bytes, but directly load from the location of the dll, or just read the bytes and load the assembly from memory. I have created 2 projects: 1 MyApp - MyApp. You can add this into a post build command line with Visual Studio to merge your assemblies, but your mileage will vary due to issues that will arise in any non trival assembly merging scenarios. It's possible the dll is not in the resources, after all.
For simple applications shipping separate. One: you should check if bytes is null, and if so, return null there. Read ba, 0, int stm. If the assembly is fully unmanaged, you can see this or as to how to load such dlls. I tried taking the source code and including the. AssemblyResolver: Attempting referencing assembly's directory. When the application is run first time it extracts the resource files.
This enabled me to package everything I need to redistribute into a single exe and it's now smaller than the original exe and dlls were combined. Fody Embedding Resources Usually, you can copy referenced files to the output folder. Maybe you can offer better way to do? As per AshRowe's suggestion, you can simply check if the dllName contains PresentationFramework like so: if dllName. Thank You, Miguel Arne Vajhøj 12. Also take care to ensure GetMyApplicationSpecificPath is not any temp directory since temp files could be attempted to get erased by other programs or by yourself not that it will get deleted while your program is accessing the dll, but at least its a nuisance.
Here is the code: using System; using System. You can use your own resource type and resource naming. Makefiles Before Consider the nmake script for MyApp. Be aware that the size of your executable will be large, as it will carry all the code from those static libraries. If possible, I would rather embed somehow the. It is a combination of C and C. By default, Visual Studio tries to embed the manifest when it builds a project.
WriteAllBytes tempDllPath, data ; } NativeMethods. Run ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state at System. . When I build the Console Application I get two files: Publish. Hello, I am not sure where to post this question.
I have been trying many options on Post Build Event Command Line but I keep having an error: When I Build the Console Application I get two files, Publish. Basically, you can't do what you want without extensive modification of the. How can I do this? Thank you for the recommendation! You know, I haven't seen a good answer for this anywhere. Fody to package all the dll that are needed during the execution of the application, however there are 1 dll that must be manually copied to the same application location because but exceptions are generated at run time. And Can I do this without writing codes. Run new Form1 ; } } Take note about the format of the resource string.
I highly recommend to use - by far the best and easiest way to embed resources in your assembly. As an example, let say I have C++ library TestLibrary. But it is sometimes unsafe because stupid hackers know how are apps embedded and they use simple special data hacking like hex and unpack. Generally you would need some form of post build tool to perform an assembly merge like you are describing. Only one file you place anywhere and it works without any installation or decompression. It needs to appear before the InitializeComponent method: AppDomain.
This is a one stop solution by adopting the worst case, ie assemblies with unmanaged code. It may sound simplistic, but WinRar gives the option to compress a bunch of files to a self-extracting executable. The approach of merging the assemblies later has some drawbacks like, e. LoadFile to load the file into memory. Hello to everybody I want to tell my problem with an examples : There is no code I have just exe For example: an exe includes all Products informations and I want to see that informations when I click button1 which is in other project.
Run in the main exe AppDomain. If you don't have the source, you're out of luck. Note: Similar technique can be used to embed other. A while back I was working on a small C WinForms application in Visual Studio 2008. During the start-up of application unpack the archive file into memory or on disk.
AssemblyResolver: Attempting referencing assembly's directory. Debug info will not be available for assembly 'Ionic. Most of what you are saying does not make sense or you contradict yourself. Now, I want io include this dll to the app so that I can instantiate obj and call methods of the dll from the app. It allows to distribute your applications and libraries as single file.