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From "Evan Worley" <>
Subject Re: Resolving GAC Installed Assemblies
Date Fri, 28 Dec 2007 07:20:08 GMT
This seems ok to me, and also seems to require very little work on the
NMaven side to support assembly resolution from the GAC.


On Dec 27, 2007 8:02 PM, Shane Isbell <> wrote:

> I'm thinking about requiring GAC installed assemblies to have either
> provided or system scope. If the assembly follows versionless filenames,
> then it can use provided scope. If the assembly has a version in the file
> name (standard NMaven generated assembly), then it would be required to
> use
> a system scope and specify the assembly path. All the GAC installed
> assemblies would also have an implicit runtime scope, due to the nature of
> the CLR and its loading rules.
> This setup would allow users that require versionless assemblies to first
> do
> a gac install and then have the assembly available for compilation.
> Thoughts?
> Shane

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