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Customizing the Microsoft® .NET Framework Common Language Runtime by Steven Pratschner

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Chapter 7. Loading Assemblies in Extensible Applications

You’ve seen how application domains can be used to isolate groups of assemblies within a process and have taken a look at the techniques available to customize domains for various scenarios. In this chapter, I discuss what’s involved in loading assemblies into the application domains you create as part of your extensible application. Much has been written in various books, magazines, and product documentation about the general topic of assembly loading. Rather than repeating it, I focus on those aspects of assembly loading that are of specific interest to writers of extensible applications.

By their nature, extensible applications don’t have upfront knowledge of which assemblies will be loaded ...

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