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GeneralRe: Type-safe indexers when inheriting from IList? Pin
leppie23-Nov-02 2:25
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David Stone23-Nov-02 5:19
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James T. Johnson23-Nov-02 7:41
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GeneralCustom Forms Designer Pin
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GeneralConfig files embedded in exe Pin
BarryJ22-Nov-02 11:15
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GeneralRe: Config files embedded in exe Pin
Gevik Babakhani22-Nov-02 11:57
Gevik Babakhani22-Nov-02 11:57 
To my opinion the general purpose of such configuration file is the ability
to manipulating an application’s behavior whenever necessary.

I am not sure if you could modify a .NET exe/dll file without reconstructing.
Perhaps it is possible to use Soap/Binary Serialization in combination with PropertyGrid and a command line argument to do the trick. This way you create a “PropertyGrid enabled” class that holds the configuration, then you Serialize and/or DeSerialize the class when the application starts with a startup argument like /conf

Any way, this is my opinion.






C:\>csc *.cs
Microsoft (R) Visual C# .NET Compiler
error CS2001: Source file 'brains.cs' could not be found
fatal error CS2008: No [brains.cs] specified

C:\>

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