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I am about to write my first T4 template which creates C# code. I wonder about being able to recompile objects on the fly.

XAML is interpreted, so my running Silverlight application could generate new XAML files and use them immediately.  True?

C# is compiled, so if I generated a new C# object, it's of no use until it's compiled. Does Microsoft have a command line C# compiler that's okay to distribute freely with an application?  (I would not want my users to need to install Visual Studio Express to use my program:)

Wondering...

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Well these is a command line compiler available in the .net 2.0 sdk, im not certain it would work if you seperate the csc.exe from the rest of the sdk though.

Little information of the command line c# compliler: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms379563(v=vs.80).aspx
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thanks
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your welcome
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