I’ve been working on tracking down different assemblies’ strong naming
information this morning and I’ve decided that
sn -T [assemblyname] is
a big pain in the rear, so I threw together an app I’m sure is out there
plentifully already yet I couldn’t be bothered to search for. If it’s
out there, great. If it’s not, here you go.
This utility is a simple Windows forms app that allows you to drag a .NET assembly onto it and view the strong name information about it. You can copy/paste any of the information directly, plus I even threw in a little thing that will generate a sample binding redirect you can put in your app.config file.
I wouldn’t want them to just put this in the properties on the assembly or anything.
- Converted to .NET 2.0.
- Added binding redirect generation (for easy copy/paste of binding redirect configuration).
- Added main menu bar (thanks to James McShane for pushing this one over to me).
- First release.