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A bit more poking arround with XN Resource Editor and Dependency Walker showed we were now in a far better position to have a working copy of EVEMon in the hands of our end users.I could start to explain the above line by line, but there are lots of really good LINQ articles on the Internet, including one by Joseph Albahari. The post presented a solution but no code, A bit of further searching confirmed my expectation that Image.We will just say that the above pulls all of the ships out of EVEMon’s Items data file and selects the Name, Race, CPU, Power Grid and Description property for each one. Dump() extension method, simply running the following command: Will output the data we have just queried as a nice HTML Table: That is all I have for you for now, I am working on a project that uses this data outside of EVEMon, keep an eye on Twitter where I will hopefully be providing a link for testing in the not too far distant future. From File(string filename) was subject to the same locking behaviour: A bit more searching identified another post on Stack Overflow which gave me the basic syntax and structure for the code I was going to need to implement this in EVEMon.The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect. Quite a bit of searching about with Google and Stack Overflow resulting in finding these two little gems of information: These two posts basically gave me the tools and the knowledge to fix EVEMon’s problems.Please see the application event log for more detail. COMException (0x800736B1): The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect. First I made the sudden (and “facepalm”) realization that EVEMon deployed the Visual Studio 2005 Redistributable; we had moved to Visual Studio 2008 SP1 about a month before the release of 1.2.7. The next trick was figuring out which re-distributables to deploy with EVEMon to ensure the end user would have all the dependencies required to use all of the features; frustratingly it seems that Microsoft only bundles the latest version of the re-distributables with Visual Studio 2008 and that was version 9.0.30729.1 which was not going to cut it.
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