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can a strongly named assembly reference a regular assembly?

 
 
Prasanna Padmanabhan
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      11-18-2003
Hi,

Can a strongly named .NET assembly reference a .NET assembly that is not
strongly named?

Thanks,
Prasanna


 
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Mattias Sjögren
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      11-19-2003

>Can a strongly named .NET assembly reference a .NET assembly that is not
>strongly named?


No, but you can still load such assemblies at runtime.



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