I have a COM-object, and use it in my app.
COM object raises many events and my app subscribed on some of this events.
When I create this COM-object, my app loads the processor on 50%.
I'm traced it with profiler and found that the processor is loaded by
processing of events on which I didn't subscribe!
Than I make a conclusion that .NET processes all events of COM object, and if my app is subscribed - raises my handlers.
How I can disable subscribing on all events?? Or how I can generate Interop dll without events that i don't want to process?
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