An executable is an application program. It is typically an.exe file (for example, notepad.exe). A dll, on the other hand, is a library. It is typically a.dll file (for example, msvcrt.dll).
In some rare cases, especially when problems occur after a system restore or when a system has been corrupted by a Trojan, a corrupted dll file cannot be fixed simply by reinstalling it. In that case, you should try to repair the Windows registry.
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*Note: Restoring the dll file will not fix your problem. That will only fix the dll file so that it can be used again by the program that is causing the problem. The actual problem lies with the application, which is not the dll file.
I'd like to be able to control this via some sort of configuration option. Some assemblies are dangerous and should stay in the GAC, others are expected to be in the packages folder, and others can be anywhere.
This could be a useful feature if the same assemblies are going to be used with different ASP.NET applications on the same project. If there's a good reason for having all of the assemblies in the GAC (i.e. they're a shared code library), then perhaps it would be a good idea to store that as a separate package.
So, the only thing to worry about is that you don't have to deploy the MVC assemblies to the GAC. The MVC assemblies are already in the GAC. Now, all you need is to copy them to the bin folder for the project.
This is a good feature. I didn't realize it could be so easy to reference a class library in the GAC. I have to use Nuget to add it though. Seems like the Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework.dll could be added to our unit tests project.
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