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.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed by Kevin Burton

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Deploying and Publishing a .NET Application

One of the first tasks in building a deployment scheme is identifying shared and unshared code. If you determine that your application is not distributed in any way and no portion of it is shared, then your deployment task is simple. However, your options for versioning and side-by-side operation become more complex. In fact, if you decide that your code is not shared, then versioning and side-by-side operation is left to you. If your code is not shared, then you can take full advantage of the xcopy deployment scheme that is advertised so widely. On the other hand, if you choose to share portions of your code—even if it's only with other components of your application—then your deployment is not quite ...

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