I am creating a few WPF Custom Controls in VS2015 (C#) which I would like to distribute to a Shared library for other Development Team members. In order for these folks to reference the namespaces in these DLLs the preferred manner would be to use a xmlns:prefix with a URI rather than the clr-namespace syntax. I have set (in the AssemblyInfo.cs of the Custom Control) the
[assembly: XmlnsDefinition("http://www.DPACMediaSystem.com/CustomControls/", "DPACCustomControl0012.Controls")]
The developers actually use the URI and everything works ok..BUT..
I would like them to be able to see this URI in the Object Browser in the Description pane of the particular DLL.
Simple question, eventhough I can see that it exists in the manifest of the DLL through ildasm.exe, is there some setting on building the DLL that I must set to make this visible in the Object Browser ?
Any help appreciated..