Last post Oct 12, 2005 09:47 AM by jportelas
Oct 10, 2005 01:10 PM|neolite|LINK
I have created a class project (DataLookup.dll) which is used to lookup data from various sources. I reference the dll of that project in my current project (MyProject).
I need to make frequent chances to my DataLookup.dll to add new sources. Once I change the code, I have to remove the reference in MyProject\bin\DataLookup.dll and re-insert it once it's been re-compiled.
Is there a way to dynamically reference the DataLookup.dll in MyProject\bin without having to remove and re-reference it each time I make changes to it's code?
Oct 12, 2005 09:47 AM|jportelas|LINK
of course you can, you should only have both projects under the same solution, then when you are going to add the reference to the "DataLookup.dll
" dll, you add a reference to the Project of that DLL instead of the DLL directly, so when you change the DLL code and recompile it, you won't have to do all the trip around to reference it again.
Hope this helps.