Every assembly file in .NET has a version number. If the assembly is strong name signed then the version number gets really important because the version number of the satellite assembly must match the version number of the main assembly. How to make sure that the version match. In most cases Sisulizer makes this fully automatic. First Sisulizer tries to read the version number of the main assembly from AssemblyInfo.cs. If that cannot be done then Sisulizer reads the version from the main assembly itself. If the main assembly has a satellite contract attribute then Sisulizer tries to read that and if succesfull uses that instead of the version of the main assembly. If all these fail you have to manually set the version number. Open source dialog.
Check WIN32 resources and check Version number in Version types. Next time you scan the source code version rows will be added. "Versions.1.Assembly Version" specifies the assembly version and you can set it to any value.
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