CA1014 : MarkAssembliesWithClsCompliant in Pandoras Box


No idea where to make this change... have to lookup in the msdn


wrote Sep 11, 2008 at 11:08 PM

Description: CA1014 : Microsoft.Design : Mark 'Pandoras Box.exe' with CLSCompliant(true) because it exposes externally visible types.
Project: Pandoras Box

wrote Sep 14, 2008 at 7:47 PM

Jeff wrote Sep 15, 2008 at 8:34 PM

This is stupid and I suggest not doing it as an assembly... instead use the ClsCompliantAttribute on the classes and/or method names but not the assembly itself....

If you develop applications that conform to the CLS, your program will be interoperable with a wide range of .Net supported programming languages. Therefore, your application is likely to have a wider customer base than a non-CLS-compliant version of your application. You can make sure that the C# programs you develop are CLS compliant by using the CLSCompliantAttribute, which will cause the compiler to raise errors if the program is not CLS compliant.

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