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VS.NET resources from multiple assemblies

Stephane Tombeur
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      30th Oct 2003

I have experienced the following strange behavior in VS.NET.
I have a multi-project solution where one library dll has resx files and
the rest of the projects call on that library to localize content.

The main startup exe is a windows forms application and does not have any
resx files, it also relies on the library dll for localization.

What happens is this: only one of the resource-dlls of the library dll
gets copied into the bin folder of the startup project (I have one for
nl-culture and one for fr-culture, and only the nl-culture dll is
copied), and none of them gets deployed onto the device/emulator.

When I copy the resource dlls manually onto the device/emulator, the
application runs fine, I can even debug. But they don't get deployed
automatically, it seems because they don't belong to the startup project.

Any thoughts on this ?


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