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building COM in C# to be used in C++

Hi,

I developed a class libray (strong name) using C#. But one of my client is coding his project using pure C++. So I build a COM for him.

Each time when I have a new release, the C++ client also need to recompile his code although he made no change. I though it's caused by stong name signing?

The client doesn't like the recompile, his reason is that the COM component doesn't need recompile. How can I achieve it using C#?

I also tried removing the strong name sign. But without the strong name sign, the C++ application fails to start in the deployment machine without .net development environment.
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