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NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
Build automation supported. You can specify configuration XML file and run this utility to build project.
You can merge several dependency assemblies into a one executable file. Result assembly will be 100% managed. Also you can embed any file into result assembly. It can be a native module (dll), or configuration files (config, xml), or any file that you need. This content of result assembly will be extracted on loading time into directory that you can specify.
You can select the kind of register your dependency. There are three ways to do it :
· File (assembly will attempt to load dependency from separate packed file, usually placed near than result assembly)
· Resource (assembly will be loaded from resources)
· Overlay (in build time the packed dependency assembly will be appended to the end of result assembly file)

 

 

 

 

 

 

NBox

“NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.

“NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
Build automation supported. You can specify configuration XML file and run this utility to build project.
You can merge several dependency assemblies into a one executable file. Result assembly will be 100% managed. Also you can embed any file into result assembly. It can be a native module (dll), or configuration files (config, xml), or any file that you need. This content of result assembly will be extracted on loading time into directory that you can specify.
You can select the kind of register your dependency. There are three ways to do it :
· File (assembly will attempt to load dependency from separate packed file, usually placed near than result assembly)
· Resource (assembly will be loaded from resources)
· Overlay (in build time the packed dependency assembly will be appended to the end of result assembly file)
“NBox Description:

“NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
Build automation supported. You can specify configuration XML file and run this utility to build project.
You can merge several dependency assemblies into a one executable file. Result assembly will be 100% managed. Also you can embed any file into result assembly. It can be a native module (dll), or configuration files (config, xml), or any file that you need. This content of result assembly will be extracted on loading time into directory that you can specify.
You can select the kind of register your dependency. There are three ways to do it :
· File (assembly will attempt to load dependency from separate packed file, usually placed near than result assembly)
· Resource (assembly will be loaded from resources)
· Overlay (in build time the packed dependency assembly will be appended to the end of result assembly file)
“NBox Description:

“NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
Build automation supported. You can specify configuration XML file and run this utility to build project.
You can merge several dependency assemblies into a one executable file. Result assembly will be 100%

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NBox is a console application that requires Microsoft.NET Framework 4.
Is, your application is a.NET application, and already using a building manager or IDE? Then you can use NBox to automate your builds easily.
NBox command line option:
-m (mount the dependency assembly)
-m|mountFile (mount the dependency assembly from a file)
-m|assemblyfile (mount the dependency assembly from a file)
-v (verbose)
-v|debug (debug)
-v|trace (trace)
-v|verbose (verbose)
You can force the missing file (or include additional path) to the dependency assembly by adding ‘–‘ at the end of file or assembly,
example: -m –include “module.config”
Get the detailed usage using nbox –help command
NBox reference commands:
? (help)
Print this help message
?m (mount file or assembly)
Mount one file or assembly
?v (verbose)
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?v (verbose)
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?m -v (verbose)
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?v -v|help (help)
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What is NBox/NContainer in reality? NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
What is NBox/NContainer in reality? NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
What is NBox/NContainer in reality? NBox is a simple and easy-to-use application designed to be a tool for packing several assemblies or other files into one executable file.
NBox/NContainer functionality:
· This tool is designed to be a well-integrated assembly packaging tool. By one step you can manage, pack and extract your assemblies as well as any file from your project.
· You can change project settings and also specify the directory where your result assembly will be generated, to use this tool as a pure tool for packaging several files.
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What’s New In NBox?

Producer: Ingrid Poveda
NBox Features:
· Easy to use
· UI and icons for buttons
· Integrates in Visual Studio 2010
· Functions to automatically set version info: Build, Revision, Assembly PublicKeyToken (if PublicKeyToken is set), AssemblyInformationalVersion, AssemblyVersion, AssemblyFileVersion
· Option to unload assemblies during packing
· Built-in support for Merged.NET
· Support for multiple assemblies
· Support for custom files
· Dependency is always packed
· Can automatically write configuration file to specified location.
· Can specify position of exe, dll, or custom file in output folder.
· ‘Pack’ command will pack a manifest to specified location.
· ‘Unpack’ command will unpack a manifest to specified location.
· Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
· Native Unicode support.
· Supports IDesignerExtension
· Pack and unpack are managed as an assembly. No need to add dependency assembly to the project.
· Support for file extensions like.resource and.xml.
· Merge all assemblies at the end of file.
· Remove asylums.
· Assembly details (assemblyName, assemblyVersion, assemblyFileVersion) can be extracted at the time of unpack in release folder.
· Option to log errors during packing and unpack.
· Dispose assemblies automatically.
· Dispose merged assembly automatically.
· Can generate manifest for assembly for redistribution.
· Merged assembly can contain native assembly (generated as a result of merge).
· Dependencies that have not been merged (left unreached) will be listed in Merged.NET MergedAssemblyInfo.
· Configurations files can be merged as well.
· Merged file includes resources, so you can make merged file a resource DLL.
· By default, only assembly version is logged. You can specify logging level.
· A log file will be placed to the specified location.
· Log files can be compressed, so you can reduce the size of log files.
· Supports remote process execution.
· Each action has its own result.
· Auto unpack will unpack a manifest to specified location.
· Works with files without file system attributes like embedded resource files.
· Merge all resources
· Unpack all resources
· No need to add dependency to the project.
· Supports Vista, Windows

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