WARNING: As discussed in the comments, this collection class uses weak events, and (due to a bug in the .NET framework itself) weak events are not reliable unless you’re using .NET 3.5 SP1 or higher. If you’re stuck with an earlier version of the framework (or don’t want to verify that end users have installed […]
For those who don’t already know, my main desktop machine at the moment is running 64-bit Windows. There probably isn’t a particularly good reason for doing that — after all, I’ve only got 2GB of RAM in there at the moment, so I’m not even hitting the 3GB limit of 32-bit Windows yet. But when […]
Continuing on the theme of mixing managed and native code from my last programming post, here’s another issue I ran into at about the same time…
Normally, you’re writing managed code as an interop layer to hide the native code away from the managed world, so it’s only used with private visibility. Sometimes, however, you […]
In one of the projects I’m working on I hit a fairly nasty problem involving (as might be obvious from the title) both AppDomains and unmanaged code calling back into managed code. But first, a little background.
It all started with an unmanaged C++ class library. We’ve been using it for a while from other […]