Sorry , I don't have an example. Only a some notes from a developer about using SmartAssembly with Azure.
The notes are:
We (SmartAssembly) can't open cspkg files. Making SA work on the assemblies before they're packaged is required. It's probably best to make SA part of your release build process.
Note that because of the way the azure build magic works, simply obfuscating assemblies in the output directory isn't sufficient, you need to make sure the copies under /obj/ get replaced with obfuscated versions.
I hope that makes more sense.
Technical Support Engineer
Red Gate Software