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sign the code

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needs code to be signed to use in many projects. it's not in the source control.
Closed Aug 5, 2008 at 12:07 PM by dot_NET_Junkie
This is by design. People who want a signed version can download a release from the release tab or add a strong name key to a local version of CuttingEdge.Condition and build it. That private build can then be used in their organization.

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dot_NET_Junkie wrote Jul 30, 2008 at 2:15 PM

Dear Ornus,

Thank you for your interest in CuttingEdge.Conditions. You are correct that the strong name key is not in source control. I did this deliberately. I keep the strong name key private. This way I'm the only one who can sign official releases. The dll in official release (that can be downloaded from the release tab) is signed with this key. You are free however, to add your own strong name key to your local version of the CuttingEdge.Condition, build it and use that version within your organization.

Ornus wrote Jul 30, 2008 at 3:15 PM

aha, thanks. you should probably close this issue and document this somewhere for people doing custom builds.