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Is it possible for two DLLs to conflict , preventing solution to build
Though I have a specific case, but I was wondering about the general situation. Can two DLLs, when added as Reference to a Visual C# project collide with each other to prevent the solution from ...
Oct 5 '11 at 10:44
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