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I'm using 4.51 but I get this error when I add my newly autoexported dll to bin:
Exception message: Could not load file or assembly 'MyUmbraco.MyUmbraco' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040)
I need to do something else?
Did you write some code that used a previous version of the DLL? You might need to recompile your solution using the current version.
The general process I recommend to use is have autoexport2dotnet export the DLL to a lib folder, then in visual studio add a reference to that dll, then when you compile your solution, it should copy the dll over, and it also ensures your other code is compiled against the same version.
Hi Matt, thank you for your quick response.
Strange it is - I just created the dll with AutoExport and put it in the Bin. Made no dll of my own. Wanted to test it from Python *smile*. However I made cs-files instead -> app_code and that works for me.
This happen to me also as soon as I copy the dll file to bin and I dont create auto compile to bin, I just copy it. Is there any solutions for this?
Can you reference the dll without using VS?
It's not advised, as if you compile to dll and drop into the bin directly, any issues will likely completley bring your site down. The main idea is to make available the .NET object for your code, so you should really be exporting to a lib folder and then referencing it in your code.
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