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QuestionHow to "link" a referenced dll to a third party dll I develop. Pin
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Hello, I divided my solution for a third party dll in VS 2022 into

a) 1st.dll in project 1
b) 2nd.dll in project 2

Project 1 references project 2 and creates instances of objects based on classes in project 2.

Both dlls are copied to the same folder but only 1st.dll is loaed by an Application to which I have no access except vie an API used by my 1st.dll.

My understanding was, that 2nd.dll is kind of linked to 1st.dll, so that it is no necessary in the same folder. I also only want to ONLY ship 1st.dll. But when I delete 2nd.dll from the path my approach does not work.

Question:
What do I have to to, so that it is sufficient to only have 1st.dll at the customer side available ?
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