Remove unused languages/cultures from WPF/silverlight applications

31 Oct

If you ever used Microsoft Blend to open your WPF applications, you will find that in the output folder there are some satellite dlls in the form of fr, de, zh etc. To remove these unused languages from your output,  you can remove below two references from your project:


Rebuild the project, yeah!

The original solution can be found here, and credits go to paopaop.

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Posted by on October 31, 2012 in Dotnet/C#


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