RegAsm.exe — Assembly Registration Utility
Registers an assembly in the system registry. This allows COM clients
to call managed methods. You can also use it to generate the registry file
for future registration. If the assembly is only accessed from one COM
client, and that client lives in the same directory as the assembly, you do
not need to add the assembly to the GAC. If you want the assembly to be accessible
to all COM clients, you should add it to the GAC (see
regasm /regfile:c.reg c.dll
Displays usage information and exits.
Specifies a file path for the assembly. Do not use this if the assembly
is in the GAC, or if you later plan to add it to the GAC. The assembly must
be signed with a strong name (see
Suppresses display of the banner and copyright messages.
.reg file that you can use to add the
assembly to the registry. This option does not change the registry; you
need to double-click on the generated
.reg file to add
the assembly to the registry. You cannot use this option with
Refers only to type libraries that are already registered.
Suppresses display of success messages.
Generates a type library (
Unregisters the assembly.
Displays verbose output.