[Mono-list] System.Reflection.Assembly.Load question
kumpera at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 16:31:16 EST 2009
Please fill a bug report with a test case and we'll work on it.
On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Mad Fish <MadFishTheOne at gmail.com> wrote:
> It behaves differently from the one in Microsoft .NET.
> When Mono loads several different assemblies that contains class, which is
> named the same for all of them (fully-qualified name is the same:
> Namespace.ClassName), it thinks that all these classes are equal. There is
> no way to create instance of any class except the first one (from classes
> with the same name).
> Am I right?
> However, Microsoft .NET allows that. This problem arised when porting
> application from Microsoft .NET to Mono. That application used plugins. And
> some plugins had similar class names, but in fact they were different.
> How can I solve this (or, maybe, workaround?)
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