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ilasm, ilasm2 - Mono IL assembler SYNOPSIS
ilasm [option] [source-files] ilasm2 [option] [source-files] DESCRIPTION
ilasm is the Mono ILAsm assembler. You can pass one or more options to drive the compiler, and a set of source files. Use ilasm to generate 1.0 assemblies and use ilasm2 to assemble programs that use the 2.0 features (generics). The Mono ILAsm assembler accepts options starting with / or - for mosted options. The Mono ILAsm assembler generates images (.exe and .dll files) that contain CIL byte code that can be executed by any system that imple- mented a Common Language Infrastructure virtual machine. OPTIONS
/output:<file_name> Specify the output file name. /exe Generate an exe /dll Generate a library /scan_only Just scan the IL code and display tokens. /show_tokens Show tokens as they are parsed. /show_method_def Display method information when a method is defined. /show_method_ref Display method information when a method is referenced /key:KEYFILE Strongname (sign) the output assembly using the key pair present in the specified strong name key file (snk). A full key pair is required (i.e. delay signing is done using a .publickey directive in the sources). /key:@CONTAINER Strongname (sign) the output assembly using the key pair present in the specified container. --about Display information about ilasm --version Display ilasm version SEE ALSO
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permview - Viewer for declarative security permission sets inside assemblies. SYNOPSIS
permview [options] assembly DESCRIPTION
This tools allow to list the declarative security attributes present in an assembly. The security attributes are either found on the assem- bly level, on the classes and the methods. This tool is useful to diagnose why an assembly won't load or why some class/method throws Secu- rityException. OPTIONS
-output filename Output all declarative security attributes related informations into the specified file. -xml | --xml | /XML Output all declarative security attributes in an XML format. -decl | --decl | /DECL Show declarative security attributes on classes and methods. The default, without the -decl option, is to show only the assembly level permission sets. -? | /? | -h[elp] | /h[elp] Display help informations about the permview tool. EXAMPLES
permview mscorlib.dll This will show the minimum, optional and refused permissions sets (i.e. the assembly level security actions) that are compiled inside the mscorlib assembly. permview -decl permview.exe This will show all (assembly, class or method level) declarative security attributes present in the permview.exe assembly. AUTHOR
Written by Sebastien Pouliot COPYRIGHT
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