I am writing a wizard that will execute a process to generate some source code files. As a part of that wizard, I want to have the user navigate to a directory so that I can save the source files and a project file in that directory. The only file dialog I see in the Windows Forms toolbox collection is FileSaveDialog and FileOpenDialog. When I use these dialog boxes (even with VerifyFileExists set to false) the dialog requires clicking on a file.
Any suggestions on how to do a dialog that only requires a browse to a directory WITHOUT using the old COMM dialog box?
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Never mind. After doing a google search on Rows.InsertAt, I found similar problems posted on the forum at dotnet247.com. I needed to call AcceptChanges(). Of course, then (as noted on the posts), the stupid thing creates an empty row at the top of the list. Christ, can't MS program things right???
How do I get version info of my Windows Forms App to display it in about box.
I know there is this [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.0.*")]
in my Assemblyinfo.cs. Now what?
Sorry for such a simple stuff, but .... you know.
Build .Net app, and take it to not .NET box. Receive error DLL MFC70.d;ll could not be found. Is there a way to build in release mode so that it will have whatever files it needs no matter what box I take this program to? I want to avoid using an installation program.
hey wait does this mean that when I distribute a c#/.net desktop app, it can be run on a pc that doesn't have all of .net installed? I thought the entire runtime was required to have any .net app run...
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What is the best way to create a singleton object in C#? I want an instance of my cache object to be shared by all the threads in my process. The process also happens to be an NT service. How does the garbage collection affect the singleton?