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Eaton wrote:Ok, thanks, I added it, but now I get get a build error:
I backed up my old project file so I tried that and I still got the error. So I am guessing it is a recent change in my application that is causing this.
However, in the EAP forum, which doesn't appear to be here anymore, I recall someone having this error. He had two versions of mscorlib referenced. I open my application in Reflector and I have two referenced! .NET 2 and 4.
Any idea on how to remove that reference? It isn't in the References in the project itself in VS.
Paul.Martin wrote:Could you have look at your original (before SmartAssembly protected) assembly in Reflector and see if it is referencing two version of mscorlib.
SmartAssembly should look at the version of mscorlib referenced and from that and a few other hints link against the correct version of the framework.
Eaton wrote:I can't look at a protected version because it gives me a build error every time.
Paul.Martin wrote:Eaton wrote:I can't look at a protected version because it gives me a build error every time.
OK, well that narrows down the problem slightly. If you have a look in the *.csproj (or *.vbproj) in notepad or similar does it mention both versions of mscorlib?
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