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Cool shell extension for .NET assemblies

Back from vacations today I found the article Shell Extensions for .NET Assemblies at codeproject.com: really useful tool (must have) to get our projects organized (old VB6 stuff vs. newer .NET stuff). It visually distinguish between normal windows DLL's and .NET assemblies and shows if the assembly is signed via a public key token column.

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» Comments

  • Thomas Freudenberg avatar

    However, it conflicts with other overlay icons such as TortoiseCVS :-(

    Thomas Freudenberg — Juni 1, 2005 4:17
  • Heath Stewart avatar

    Thanks for the link. You can find more information also at http://blogs.msdn.com/heaths/archive/2005/05/30/423293.aspx. I'll be updating it with more features targeting the same file set and will take into account the conflict mentioned in Thomas's comment.

    Heath Stewart — Juni 1, 2005 1:25
  • TorstenR avatar

    Heath, that sounds cool! Looking forward to your improvements, thanks.

    TorstenR — Juni 3, 2005 7:11
  • marine avatar

    Any recent updates with the plugin ?

    marine — September 11, 2007 7:02
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