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giackserva
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How do I determine which dll is loaded first?

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11-05-2012 02:33 AM

Hi everybody!

At the register key

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R17.2\ACAD-7001:410\Applications\

i created some keys in order to load at the startup my c# solutions.

i want to know in what order are loaded the dlls because in the Inizialize function i have to use the other one and i want to be sure that the dll i want to use is already loaded.

how can i know it?

thanks

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Alexander.Rivilis
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Re: How do I determine which dll is loaded first?

11-05-2012 05:40 AM in reply to: giackserva

giackserva wrote:
...i want to know in what order are loaded the dlls because in the Inizialize function i have to use the other one and i want to be sure that the dll i want to use is already loaded...

Maybe easy load dll's that you want to use yourselves with help of DynamicLinker.LoadModule(...)?

 

 


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Re: How do I determine which dll is loaded first?

11-05-2012 06:25 AM in reply to: giackserva

You cannot rely on AutoCAD to load your DLLs in a certain order. Instead, each of your DLLs is responsible for loading any dependencies on its own, either as needed or upon initialization. It sounds like you're referring to additional .NET modules; I would assume this is handled automatically by the .NET framework, but you should ask in the .NET forum (and more fully explain what you mean by "use the other").

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