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Build .netmodule with Visual Cobol

Hi,

for continuous integration purposes, I would need to build single .netmodules from my Visual Cobol Classes. They will be joined in a single assembly and distributed.

I'm looking for a command like csc or vbc, that takes  a class as input and build from it a  .netmodule. Is there a way to achieve this goal? 

 

Thank you in advance,
    Piero

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Re: Build .netmodule with Visual Cobol

To the best of my knowledge, the compiler and the visual studio project support does not have any support for netmodules or the use of the assembly linker (to combine them).

We do have support for dll's and project-to-project references, which allows one to reference the other and resolve any programs/classes.   Alternatively, this dll's can dynamically be loaded too.   Which is ideal for a CI environment where dependability etc.. is required.

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