Automatic strong-name signing of referenced assemblies.
Utility software to strong-name sign .NET assemblies, including assemblies you do not have the source code for.
If you strong-name sign your own projects you may have noticed that if you reference an unsigned third party assembly you get an error similar to "Referenced assembly 'A.B.C' does not have a strong name". If you did not create this assembly, you can use this tool to sign the assembly with your own (or temporarily generated) strong-name key.
The tool will also re-write the assembly references (as well as any InternalsVisibleTo references) to match the new signed versions of the assemblies you create.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Brutal.Dev.StrongNameSigner -Version 2.6.0
dotnet add package Brutal.Dev.StrongNameSigner --version 2.6.0
<PackageReference Include="Brutal.Dev.StrongNameSigner" Version="2.6.0" />
paket add Brutal.Dev.StrongNameSigner --version 2.6.0
- Update helper to detect delay-signed assemblies and flag them as not being signed.
- Use new SigningType property to determine if the assembly is signed, delay-signed or not signed at all.
This package has no dependencies.
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