Compile ASP.NET 2.0 Site to One Assembly!


Url: http://forums.asp.net/1039804/ShowPost.aspx

Scott Guthrie has new this response on the asp.net forums to the issue of each page compiling to its own assembly (which has a number of issues that I won't belabor here).  He announces that when VS 2005 is released, there will a tool that can be used in build scripts (but not debugging I'd guess) to merge all your assemblies into one large assembly.  One file deployment of a website?  Yeah!

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