Hi, In a CLR enabled VC++ (VS2008) project I believe loading one of the referenced DLL is crashing the application as it launches. Which has made me curious as to when referenced DLLs are loaded into the application's memory space. I used to think the referenced assemblies would be loaded only when they are needed. Or does it happen on application start-up. What is the best way to cut off these DLLs one by one to see which one is causing the crash? thanks!
Environment: Windows XP, VS 2008, .Net 3.5