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No, the .DLL's are not "linked" in the way you're seem to be thinking. 2.dll is NOT "linked into" 1.dll. They will remain separate .DLL's when you compile them. You said it yourself, 1 REFERENCES 2, so the two .DLL's must be shipped together.

You have a choice. You can either rewrite and get rid of the second project, copying your code in the 2 project into the 1 project, then update the references and namespace using statements, rebuild and you'll get your 1.dll file you can ship.

OR

You can try to use ILMERGE[^] to combine both .DLL's into the same file. You may or may not get away with doing this.

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