Книга: C# 2008 Programmer

Examining the Content of an Assembly

Examining the Content of an Assembly

As mentioned briefly in Chapter 1, you can use the MSIL Disassembler tool (ildasm.exe) to examine the content of an assembly. Figure 15-3 shows the tool displaying an assembly's content.


Figure 15-3

Among the various components in an assembly, the most important is the manifest (shown as MANIFEST in Figure 15-3), which is part of the assembly metadata. The manifest contains information such as the following:

? Name, version, public key, and culture of the assembly

? Files belonging to the assembly

? References assemblies (other assemblies referenced by this assembly)

? Permission sets

? Exported types

Figure 15-4 shows the content of the manifest of the assembly shown in Figure 15-3.


Figure 15-4 

Оглавление книги


Генерация: 1.110. Запросов К БД/Cache: 3 / 1
поделиться
Вверх Вниз