Sure, here is a job control that links 3 Blazor Azure assemblies into an executable:
// Job control to link 3 Blazor Azure assemblies into an executable// Set the working directory to the location of the Blazor Azure assembliescd /path/to/blazor/azure/assemblies// Link the assemblies into an executabledotnet link /path/to/assembly1 /path/to/assembly2 /path/to/assembly3// Create a file to store the executabletouch executable.exe// Copy the linked assemblies to the executable filecp /path/to/assembly1 executable.execp /path/to/assembly2 executable.execp /path/to/assembly3 executable.exe// Check the contents of the executable filels -l executable.exe
This job control will link the 3 Blazor Azure assemblies into an executable file called
executable.exe. You can then run the executable file by typing
Here are some additional details about each step:
cdcommand sets the working directory to the location of the Blazor Azure assemblies.
dotnet linkcommand links the assemblies into an executable.
touchcommand creates a file to store the executable.
cpcommand copies the linked assemblies to the executable file.
ls -lcommand lists the contents of the executable file.
I hope this helps!