Generally speaking, users should keep assembly dependencies private and avoid sharing unless they have to. In case an assembly is placed there, then users will not be able to replicate or install via the xcopy command to the main app's directory. In fact, the entire assembly needs to be moved there to perform more actions. Then again, there are times when developers explicitly need to place the assembly there, situation in which they may also want to be able to manage it.
GAG Manager is a specialized tool that allows users to access the Global Assembly Cache, a code cache that has the role of storing assemblies that need to be shared with other programs on the computer. In addition to the actual tool that lets users access the cache, it also features an API that grants full control over the manager itself. The latter is mostly designed for developers who would like to write their own apps that work with the manager.
The tool comes with a minimalistic interface designed as a list and that offers quick access to the GAC. All assemblies and code cache are displayed with name, version, public key token, culture and processor architecture, so they can be more easy to identify.
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Update – 04.10.2011
Although Microsoft has already released its new.NET 2.0 framework, it still supports.NET 2.0 applications. If you use.NET 2.0, then you can still use the original GAC API provided by Managed Extensibility Framework, and unload of assemblies is not entirely dependent on.NET Framework version. However, it is better to use the 2.0 API in case you are going to update to the latest.NET Framework versions. In addition, when using this tool in.NET 4, you will get a warning as illustrated. It can be easily ignored, however.
[Update – 01.03.2012]
Sonicj.GAC components are currently no longer maintained, and can’t be downloaded. Therefore, only the original GAC Manager can be downloaded at the moment. The reason is that the C# project was written by only one developer and he/she doesn’t have any more time for this, since he/she is also busy with another component, as stated on the page.
[Update – 01.03.2012]
Although Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) was introduced in.NET 3.0, it still relies on GAC Manager 1.0 as an import component.
[Update – 03.01.2012]
This release contains minor updates.
[Update – 03.01.2012]
This release contains a bugfix.
[Update – 04.11.2011]
Update – 04.11.2011
If you are using.NET 2.0 with ASP.NET 2.0 or Web Forms 2.0, then you should use this latest version of GAC Manager for better performance, as the implementation of GAC in the previous version was rather slow.
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Update – 04.11.2011
Since GAC Manager supports.NET 3.0 now, the previous statement was rendered wrong. In case you are using.NET 3.0, then you can use GAC Manager that came with this GAC Manager release.
[Update – 05.01.2012]
Update – 05.01.2012
It is almost impossible to use GAC Manager for.NET Framework 2.0 applications. This is due to the fact that
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For those developers, the tool also offers a standalone module that allows them to work in a complete environment without the need to open the GAG Manager.
Beyond that, users can configure the program to run periodically in the background, which makes it much more powerful as it doesn’t need to be opened for accessing data.
GAC Manager Speed:
There are programs that try to replicate the function of the GAC, but the best way to be sure that the cache is working at peak performance is to keep a cache dedicated to it and let it work from there, since the cache contents are in practice identical to those inside the GAC.
The tool comes with a list of assemblies that are installed on the computer, which is also shown by the GAC Manager to the users. A hit is registered in the cache when the system encounters any of those assemblies during a particular program or after a reboot. The tool provides the option to clear the cache, which eliminates all the hits and throws out the entire contents of it, which means that any hit should be manually re-fetched from the GAC whenever the cache is cleared.
Performance can be enhanced when dealing with private assemblies, since there is no need to locate them on the system, which is especially true in case the assemblies happen to be installed on one machine but not another.
GAC Manager Synchronization:
Users can extract the cache and synchronize it with another machine that has the GAC enabled. The tool does that by executing a task for each assembly, which is a little time consuming, but it’s worth noting that if the assemblies are manually added to the cache, they are also removed from the GAC, which is a fairly safe option.
The tool doesn’t allow users to configure it to remove any specific application, but if the assemblies are updated they will be synchronized along with the application that installed them.
While it’s definitely a good option for those developers who develop their own apps that work with the GAC Manager, the fact remains that the tool is not available to be used by the public, which means that there’s no way to access it.
Handling assemblies as the GAC Manager:
A user with this scenario could have several choices, including using it as a cache, for sure, but just be sure to make sure that the assemblies that are added there are not in the GAC already, so they will not be duplicated and unnecessarily installed on the system.
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Update: Oct. 2017
GAC is not working in now, so you must use GAC Explorer or the PowerShell.
The Global Assembly Cache (GAC) is a shared code cache by default, but it can be used to store files as well. The assemblies or files placed inside are used by applications to manage programs or run-time data. The GAC is a build-time cache, not a run-time cache.
Let’s say that I am publishing a library in my development environment.
Now I decide to change the version of that library, I am using C#, Visual Studio or PowerShell. I can just change the version number and build, update or publish the project and the new version is automatically added to the GAC.
Of course, it is not mandatory that a library is in the GAC to work, but that’s not only the case for Visual Studio or PowerShell, but you can also use GAC Explorer or a special tool that lets you manage the GAC locally, GAC Manager.
The GAC manager has a lot of things, but it is often used as a utility that lets you handle an application’s assemblies. For example, you can’t use the xcopy command to copy and move an assembly from your main directory to the GAC but there’s a tool that lets you, the GAC Manager.
So if you want to move an assembly to the GAC, you won’t be able to copy and paste it either. You’ll have to click on the add to GAC button.
There are also lots of metadata in the GAC and that makes it a source of a lot of problems, for example, an assembly can be added to the cache, but its dependencies still need to be registered, so the GAC manager lets you manage that.
The GAC manager features an API that lets you do all those things while getting full access to all the GAC files.
Data and API
The GAC manager data includes all the entries in the GAC, the data, the versions, the public key token and the dependencies of all the assemblies.
The API allows you to retrieve all the information from the data. It has about 50 methods, that let you get the information in very detailed and specific ways. You can change the data and get the new data.
There’s also a command line tool that can be used to get the data stored in the manager, including the entries to
What’s New In GAC Manager?
The GAC Manager is provided as a 100% managed code component that can be used to build any application that uses the GAC. This component does not require a.NET Framework license and requires no additional configuration.
The GAC Manager uses both the AppDomain and the GAC registry keys to store and retrieve assemblies that are successfully loaded.
The GAC Manager comes with a sample.NET application that integrates to the GAC and shares the main application with other users.
GAC Manager Features:
Provides full control over the GAC registry.
Provides easy access to the assemblies in the GAC.
Provides a fully managed object that can be used to programmatically build code cache client applications.
Provides access to the GAC registry.
Provides the capability to programmatically add, update, or remove assemblies from the cache.
Provides the capability to programmatically list the dependencies of an assembly.
Provides the capability to programmatically retrieve one or more assemblies from the cache.
Provides the capability to programmatically list the GAC folders.
Provides the capability to programmatically build a consumer application that directly uses the GAC.
Provides the capability to programmatically update the consumer application.
Provides the capability to programmatically resolve reference assemblies and code cache folders.
Provides the capability to programmatically list the references that a particular assembly or code cache folder has.
Supports multithreaded applications
Provides the capability to programmatically add assemblies to the cache.
Provides the capability to programmatically set the culture and the processor architecture of an assembly.
Provides the capability to programmatically retrieve an assembly from the cache.
Provides the capability to programmatically list assemblies that are relevant to a particular application.
Supports the classic AppDomain.CurrentDomain.AssemblyResolve event.
Supports the.NET 4.0 Framework Class Libraries.
Supports the.NET 4.0 Framework Platform Service.
Supports the.NET 4.0 Framework Compact Framework
Supports the.NET 3.5 Framework.
Supports the.NET 2.0 Framework.
Supports the.NET 1.1 Framework.
Supports the.NET 1.0 Framework.
Supports the.NET 1.0 Compact Framework.
Supports the.NET Compact Framework 2.0.
Supports.NET Compact Framework 3.5.
Supports.NET Compact Framework 4
System Requirements For GAC Manager:
Mac Intel Processor
DirectX 11 compatible graphics card with hardware acceleration
Intel Core i5 6200u 2.6 GHz (3.2 GHz turbo) or better processor
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