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Error BC30451: Name 'Environment' is not declared.
        pk.value = Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable("SystemDrive")

error BC30466: Namespace or type 'XPath' for the Imports 'System.Xml.XPath' cannot be found.

Imports System.Xml.XPath
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
error BC30002: Type 'ComClass' is not defined.

<ComClass(Configuration.ClassId, Configuration.InterfaceId, Configuration.EventsId)> _

The command I used was:

vbc /target:library /out:test.dll /reference:System.dll,System.data.dll,System.Drawing.dll,System.Management.dll,System.Windows.Forms.dll,Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll,mscorlib.dll, System.XML.dll *.vb

Can anyone help?Looks like I need to refer to all System.* libraries..How do I do that??
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Try this:

vbc /target:library /out:test.dll /r:System.dll /r:System.data.dll /r:System.Drawing.dll /r:System.Management.dll /r:System.Windows.Forms.dll /r:Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll,mscorlib.dll /r:System.XML.dll *.vb

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Here are examples:

Compiling and Running Code Examples
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-US/library/ms160695.aspx

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Hi Bob,

Tried that & the link. Nothing helped...Same error.

Is there a specific option using which I have to compile when i use a <ComClass ??

Also, the compiler's giving me errors for functions like Asc, Environment, Replace etc which are present in Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll
which i have referred.

Also, if i am referrring System.dll, I can use syntaxez like IO.File.Exists("filename")??Rite?Even that is giving me an error
saying the name IO is not declared...

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Your code needs imports too:

Imports System
Imports System.Xml
...

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