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Assembly.GetEntryAssembly returns null when called from within an android library project.
Xam.Android Version 220.127.116.11
Assembly.GetEntryAssembly() is supposed to return the _executable_ (.exe file) that was used to launch the app. Xamarin.Android apps don't contain .exe files; they consist of .dll files.
> Gets the process executable in the default application domain.
Consequently, Xamarin.Android apps don't have an entry assembly, and Assembly.GetEntryAssembly() returns `null`.
Nice answer, thks.