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.NET obfuscation tools/strategy
will help you Back with .Net 1.1 obfuscation was essential: decompiling code was easy, and you could go from assembly, to IL, to C code and have it compiled again with very little effort.Now with .Net 3.5 I'm not at all sure. Try decompiling a 3.5 as
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Date : July 29 2020, 06:00 AM , By : Roman
LINQ on the .NET 2.0 Runtime
I wish this help you There are some "Hacks" that involve using a System.Core.dll from the 3.5 Framework to make it run with .net 2.0, but personally I would not want use such a somewhat shaky foundation.See here: LINQ support on .NET 2.0
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Date : July 28 2020, 04:00 PM , By : Alex
Do sealed classes really offer performance Benefits?
I hope this helps you . The JITter will sometimes use non-virtual calls to methods in sealed classes since there is no way they can be extended further.There are complex rules regarding calling type, virtual/nonvirtual, and I don't know them all so I
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Date : July 28 2020, 04:00 PM , By : user72187
Is nAnt still supported and suitable for .net 3.5/VS2008?
around this issue If you are quite happy with MSBuild, then I would stick with MSBuild. This may be one of those cases where the tool you learn first is the one you will prefer. I started with NAnt and can't quite get used to MSBuild. I'm sure they w
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Date : July 27 2020, 07:00 AM , By : ti22
Limit size of Queue<T> in .NET?
To fix the issue you can do I've knocked up a basic version of what I'm looking for, it's not perfect but it'll do the job until something better comes along.
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Date : July 27 2020, 06:00 AM , By : David Bjornn
Localising date format descriptors
I wish did fix the issue. What is the best way to localise a date format descriptor? , Here is my current method. Any suggestions?
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : LeeFlannery
Why doesn't VFP .NET OLEdb provider work in 64 bit Windows?
To fix the issue you can do Have you tried changing the target CPU to x86 instead of "Any CPU" in the advanced compiler options? I know that this solves some problems with other OLEDB providers by forcing the use of the 32-bit version.
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : jruel
Embedded Database for .net that can run off a network
I wish did fix the issue. SQLite came to my mind while reading your question, and I'm quite sure that it's possible to access it from a network drive if you keep yourself to the constraint of 1 user at a time.SQLite on .NET - Get up and running in 3
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : user25906
Homegrown consumption of web services
like below fixes the issue No, what you're doing is fine. Don't let those people confuse you.If you've written the web services with .net then the reference proxies generated by .net are going to be quite suitable. The situation you describe (where y
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : Andrew U Baker
Create a SQLite database based on an XSD Data Set
Any of those help I suspect in the general case this is hard; XML Schema allows for some quite bizarre type constructions. I'm not sure how you would do substitution groups, or extensions to restrictions of types for example.However it should be poss
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : user14284
How do I sync the SVN revision number with my ASP.NET web site?
this will help Looks like Jeff is using CruiseControl.NET based on some leafing through the podcast transcripts. This seems to have automated deployment capabilities from source control to production. Might this be where the insertion is happening?
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : dramaartwriting
XSD DataSets and ignoring foreign keys
wish helps you You can try turning Check-constraints off on the DataSet (it's in its properties), or altering the properties of that relationship, and change the key to a simple reference - up to you.
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : user9529
Anatomy of a "Memory Leak"
this will help The best explanation I've seen is in Chapter 7 of the free Foundations of Programming e-book.Basically, in .NET a memory leak occurs when referenced objects are rooted and thus cannot be garbage collected. This occurs accidentally when
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM , By : user8492
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