I'm running into an interesting problem with the latest HDFDotNet build under Visual Studio 2010.
I have to make a few changes to the project; a couple extra function & interface wrappers and adding a strong named key to sign the library. The last build (1.8.6) worked fine. The current one seems to work fine when built on a 64 bit Windows Server 2008. But when I try the build on an otherwise identical 32 bit machine, I get the message "Assembly Generation failed - Referenced assembly 'HDF5DotNet' does not have a strong name".
Yet the project does have a keyfile defined... the same one we've been using for years. When I look at the HDF5DotNet reference's properties on 32 bit 'Strong Name' is false, but is true on 64 bit.
There must be something that changed since 1.8.6 and 1.8.9 which conflicts with signing the DLL on 32 bit only. Anyone run across this or have other ideas?
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