Sign strong name assemblies

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Is there any way how do I can compile strong names assemblies?

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Usually MsBuild is responsible for signing assemblies. You can specify two properties in .csproj files:

<AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile>YouKey.snk</AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile>

<SignAssembly>True</SignAssembly>

 

There is not UI implemented in Rider for configuring assembly signing (though it is planned). 

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We have done the above configuration in .csproj file, see the below screen

But still we are getting the below error. when we build the project. Please help on this..

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Is there any alternative command for sn in Jetbrains Rider terminal window?

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Hi Naga. The alternative command is signtool.exe

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It has been a while. If JetBrains targets Visual Studio users then this is one of the essential features to be provided within the Rider IDE, yet it is still missing @ the sunset of 2020

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Hello Andrey,

This feature is not yet implemented. However, we have a corresponding issue on our bug tracker. We would appreciate it if you would upvote the issue in order to demonstrate additional interest and bring increased awareness to the issue.

If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to ask. Have a great day!

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