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Why is a reference to the current application called `shared`


Why is a reference to the current application called `shared`

By : SRK
Date : November 19 2020, 03:01 PM
it should still fix some issue In Cocoa in the past the Singleton pattern used a static property named sharedInstance to reference the only instance available for a given singleton class.
Every piece of code that needed an instance of the Singleton class (like NSApplication) could get it using the sharedInstance property.
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undefined reference by the shared lib during linking to application

undefined reference by the shared lib during linking to application


By : Mohammad Murad
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I could solve this problem ,, there was mis macth in the version of stdc++ which I was using on the development system and target system .. I used that same version on both , now it works .. thanks guys for your help
Bind Shared Library Reference with application

Bind Shared Library Reference with application


By : user3497679
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can achieve that by using wsadmin and python/jacl script. From an ant script perspective you can create a task to call wsadmin. Use the following documentation link to create administrative script. Shared library docs.
2 Application (1 is COM Visible), with shared Common Reference Library deployed on different dates

2 Application (1 is COM Visible), with shared Common Reference Library deployed on different dates


By : Alexei Karve
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I have 2 Separate Application running with same MyCommon DLL's (different versions) ,
code :
// Constructor of > SolutionA >  ProjectB > Calling Class
public New() : base()
{
    AppDomain.CurrentDomain.AssemblyResolve += AssemblyResolve;
}


private Assembly AssemblyResolve(object sender, ResolveEventArgs e)
{
    Assembly ass = null;
    if (e.Name.StartsWith("MyCommonLib,")) {
        string path = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly.Location;
        path = IO.Path.GetDirectoryName(path);
        path = IO.Path.Combine(path, "MyCommonLib.dll");
        if (IO.File.Exists(path)) {
            ass = Assembly.LoadFile(path);
        }
    }
    return ass;
}
Why is a reference called "shared"?

Why is a reference called "shared"?


By : user3411987
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue This is another way to distinguish mutable and immutable references.
In Rust, there is a clear distinction: the data can be either sharable (even if they're not shared currently), or directly mutable, but not both at once. This is achieved by having two types of references:
C# object called in VB - "Reference to a non-shared member requires an object reference."

C# object called in VB - "Reference to a non-shared member requires an object reference."


By : amela
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help It looks like the function itself needs to be declared static, so that it can be called without an object reference.
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