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Old 07-19-2011, 07:56 AM
Jerry20 Jerry20 is offline
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Default Question about reflector

When I exported an assembly to visual studio from reflector, many other assemblies appeared in reflector.
I tried to build the assembly from visual studio, but I get errors as there are references to the new assemblies that appeared in reflector.

What can be done?
Do I have to export them one by one?
Is there an easier way?
Will the project build after all?

Thanks
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:22 AM
commonjunks commonjunks is offline
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I am generating the code but so far i only see that have to generate code of each assembly 1 by 1.
Maybe someone else can highlight if there is an easy way to extract code for all dependencies.
BTW i am never successful building the code generated from Reflector, always give me errors (unless i reverse engineer my own program with only one form in it ).
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:38 AM
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Thanks for the reply
I don't know how to fix the problem of references from one assembly to the other. DO I export them as different projects and add them all to the main project? Even so, many references are n't fixed.

I almost gave up trying to build it since one of the assemblies makes reflector stop responding, and wouldn't even get converted.
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