Unfortunately, as Eddie said, Silverlight
is not part of the .NET runtime
and adding Silverlight control assemblies to the GAC is not recommended
as this can corrupt your system environment. If you have the need to use the controls in a team project I would suggest adding the assemblies to source control (in a solution folder
) and referring them from there. In that way your team can get and run the team project without needing any additional setup.
If you have any concern, please feel free to let me know.
the Telerik team
Kind regards,the Telerik team
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