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I am assuming that you are already relying on static code analysers to ensure standards compliance. Now, because of the way systems are built, I'd strongly recommend actually compiling on a machine that resembles the target machines as close as possible. You can achieve this using a cloud of build servers such as Jenkins or Electric Commander. With these ...


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A DLL is a format used for shared libraries by the Microsoft Windows operating system. Other operating systems use other formats, and since DLLs are binary they cannot generally be used on other processor architectures such as ARM devices. Therefore, DLLs are of no or little use under Mac OS X, on Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu, and on mobile ...


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A .NET DLL contains Intermediate Language which requires the .NET runtime to execute it and probably some .NET base libraries that it uses/depends on. This means that the DLL can only be used on hardware/operating systems that have a matching .NET Framework available. Writing code for all possible platforms is nearly impossible and I would advise you to ...



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