How can I IL code weave a .Net Framework 2.0 C# application?

How can I IL code weave a .Net Framework 2.0 C# application?

I like to do some logging but I do not want intrusive code, I mean put log statements in every procedure.
All I want is an automatic insertions of logging after I have compiled my executable.

Thanks.
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
There are tools to do it easily. PostSharp is one of them and even offer a free version. Also have a look at my article introducing AOP using PostSharp at http://emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2013/09/Aspect-Oriented-Programming-AOP-applied-to-Net-using-PostSharp.aspx
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stylelyfAuthor Commented:
We have upgraded a very old system to remove  all third party components and use free or open source instead. And approval of using a proprietary or paid version would take a while to defend it. I understand there is a free version, but my company would not be comfortable with it since there are features that would be available only on the paid version.

Are there any other alternatives to postsharp that are completely free, easy to use, but also as good? And as strong as postsharp?
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
I don't understand why you don't want to use the free postsharp. It already does more than other tools. If you really don't want to use it, check http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/624586/Introducing-the-KingAOP-Framework-Part-1
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stylelyfAuthor Commented:
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Ok. You convinced me. Including postsharp in my options. Thanks.
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