PostSharpMiscellaneousExecuting Code Just After the Assembly is Loaded
Open sandboxFocusImprove this doc

Executing Code Just After the Assembly is Loaded

Visual Basic has a concept of module. The module is a special class that gets initialized immediately when the assembly is loaded. This feature is implemented by the CLR, but is not exposed to the C# language. The ModuleInitializerAttribute attribute allows you to have module initializers in C#.

To add a module initializer to your project:

  1. Create a public or internal method that has no parameter and no return value. The type declaring the method cannot have generic parameters.

  2. Add the ModuleInitializerAttribute attribute to this method.

You can add several module initializers a project. Module initializers will be executed in the order you specified in the attribute constructor.

See Also