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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8874] - .NET task - too many libraries in DEFAULT_REFERENCE_LIST
Date Thu, 09 May 2002 17:11:52 GMT
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.NET task - too many libraries in DEFAULT_REFERENCE_LIST





------- Additional Comments From steve_l@iseran.com  2002-05-09 17:11 -------
so you think I should pull the non system stuff:

            "Accessibility.dll;" +
            "cscompmgd.dll;" +
            "CustomMarshalers.dll;" +
            "IEExecRemote.dll;" +
            "IEHost.dll;" +
            "IIEHost.dll;" +
            "ISymWrapper.dll;" +
            "Microsoft.JScript.dll;" +
            "Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll;" +
            "Microsoft.VisualC.dll;" +
            "Microsoft.Vsa.dll;" +
            "office.dll;" +
            "RegCode.dll;" +

I worry about the first three of these; i.e. I dont know what they are...the 
rest can be pulled. It's easier to add a library when the compiler complains, 
than to have it whine that a dll is missing.

life would be easier if they had used new extensions for libs and apps; not 
just for fileset based inclusion of managed DLLs, omitting native libs, but 
because I think the idea of having some exes safe to download if you use IE 
only is a social engineering security risk

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