#47 Where's log4net.snk?

v1.2.0
open-wont-fix
General (51)
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2003-09-18
2003-09-03
No

I can't find the file so I can't compile with VS.NET.

Discussion

  • Daniel Cazzulino (kzu)

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    it used to be there in beta7...

     
  • Nicko Cadell

    Nicko Cadell - 2003-09-18
    • status: open --> open-wont-fix
     
  • Nicko Cadell

    Nicko Cadell - 2003-09-18

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    It doesn't look like the snk is in the beta7 distribution. It
    should not be.

    The snk identifies the publisher of the software. This is
    an 'issue' for open source software. The snk is used to
    establish a trust relationship. If the snk (i.e. the private key)
    is publicly available then it is available for everyone to use to
    sign any code they write, therefore it is useless for creating a
    trust relationship. Therefore the snk which identifies me
    personally will be held privately.

    To build strongly named versions of log4net you will need to
    create your own snk file (this will identify you, rather than
    me). Use the sn tool in the .net sdk to generate a new snk
    file.

     

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