C# 2.0 Command line compiler November 3rd, 2005

Vinod Kumar

I  know quite a few friends of mine who have been command line freaks. And they try to avoid using the IDE and wizard way of working which most developers call it as the most productive way of working. This article on the MSDN examines the process of building applications using the C# command line compiler, csc.exe. Along the way, readers will be introduced to a number of compiler options unique to C# 2.0, such as the extended /reference flag and strong name support. Upon completion, you will be comfortable building single file and multifile assemblies in a wizard-free environment. Read it here.



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