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Visual Source safe Label in DLL files

Posted on 2009-06-28
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I have labeled a visual source project as "101" . I get latest from this label rebuild it and published
one of my customer checked the DLL files and told it has labeled and unlabeled files.
Please help me to how to find the visual source safe label in DLL files.
I tried ILDASM and Reflector, but i was not able to trace the visual source label in the DLL files.

Please help me to resolve this issue

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Hi

The label feature in Visual SourceSafe is used to identify a particular point in time in the development of a set of components e.g. "beta 1" or "release version 3".  Applying a label only affects the SourceSafe database - it doesn't actually modify the files themselves.  So if you have some DLL files that have your label in them and some that don't, those labels will have been set using a different method, probably by setting the assembly information or project properties in the .NET projects that build the DLLs.  So it is there that you need to look.

I hope this helps!
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