SDK contains many useful programming tools. Here, in an alphabetical
list, are those we have found most useful or necessary for developing
C# applications. Unless otherwise noted, the tools in this list can
be found either in the \bin directory of your
.NET Framework SDK installation or in the
directory (replace VERSION with the framework
version). Once the .NET Framework is installed, you can access these
tools from any directory. To use any of these tools, invoke a Command
Prompt window, and enter the name of the desired tool. For a complete
list of the available command-line switches for any given tool, enter
the tool name (e.g.,
csc), and press the Return
Displays all assemblies on which a given assembly is dependent to load. This is a useful C# program found among the samples in the \Tool Developers Guide directory beneath the .NET Framework or Visual Studio .NET directory tree. You need to install these samples before you can use them, because they are not installed by default.
Creates an assembly manifest from the modules and resources files you name. You can also include Win32 resources files. Here’s an example:
al /out:c.dll a.netmodule b.netmodule
General source-level, command-line debug utility for MSIL programs. This is a very useful tool for C# source debugging. The source for ...