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pregenerated xmlserializers.dll is not beeing used

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework


i have a vs 2010 solution where for one project, the Xmlserializers.dll is produced during the build. However, when the app is run, i still see that the call to XmlSerializer(type) will end up in GenerateTempAssembly() - which afaict means, that instead of using the pregenerated serialization assembly, a _new_ serialization assembly is beeing build. any ideas why this might be the case ?

-thomas woelfer


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