[Mono-winforms-list] Disabling SMDiagnostics.dll on Windows

Marcos Cobeña Morián marcoscobena at gmail.com
Sun May 13 14:12:22 EDT 2007

Hello Miguel,

Thanks in advance for your support.

AFAIK, SMDiagnostics.dll is automatically loaded by CLR when there's a
reference to System.ServiceModel.dll, it just helps tracing messages
and so on. If you have .NET 3.0 on your box, you can try it just
referencing a quite simple application using ServiceModel.

It isn't currently possible to remove it from GAC as it depends on MSI
(don't ask me why :-P), so I'd just like to know a way to avoid it
from being loaded (it appears on machine.config).

I'll let you know if I find something more. BTW, how can I get an
account to modify Mono wiki?



2007/5/13, Miguel de Icaza <miguel.de.icaza at gmail.com>:
> Hello,
> > Has anyone debugged olive under VS referencing Mono assemblies and
> > know how to disable this assembly from being loaded when using
> > System.ServiceModel.dll?
> I know that the Windows.Forms developers run into the same issue: they
> have assemblies that are versioned and signed with the same key as
> Microsoft.   It might be worth finding out from the Windows.Forms team
> how this is done, and add this to our FAQs.
> Miguel.
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