I have a dll and an exe which both reference a dll ( call it a.dll). Its copy local in both projects. The dll references another dll (call that b.dll).
b.dll has another reference which is also copy local (call that c.dll).
In the console app c.dll is copied to the bin directory but in the dll project its not.
This is a screen shot of the dll reference in the project where it’s not copied. “copy local” is checked in the dropdown menu but (copy local) doesn’t appear in the solution explorer. System.Net.Http is c.dll
Is it checked and disabled because Fire thinks it should be copy local
a.dll and b.dll are projects in my solution but Ive only referenced a.dll in the dll and exe, is it ok to do that or should I add both as references ?
Why Im wondering is because a project reference that is referenced indirectly only shows its cache location where a direct project reference shows the elements project location.
Sailing.Core is b.dll