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GeneralBlock scope when using 'using' statement. Pin
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Bill Priess13-Nov-03 7:34
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Heath Stewart13-Nov-03 6:49
protectorHeath Stewart13-Nov-03 6:49 
I guess I don't see what the problem is. .NET Magic doesn't care about where the content comes from. They are simply forms and can be in any assembly. When creating your docking manager and the content, instantiate the control from whatever library (either through Reflection or using assembly dependencies) and add it to the content. If you want to be able to refer to these controls directly instead of enumerating the content in a docking manager, then as you instantiate these various controls in any number of libraries, keep a collection (either local to the form that contains the docking manager, or some static collection that is globally accessible) or hashtable (same advice as for collections). We do something very similar in our application with no problem.

It's no different than creating a basic form with a default Button or DataGrid (for example). They are defined in the System.Windows.Forms assembly and your form isn't. The same is true for almost any language runtime in existence, for that matter.

 

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Generalhelp needed to create custom control which can arrange controls in polygonal shape. Pin
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GeneralMouse/Key Messages in Windows Service Pin
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