Apr
25
comment Why std::(i)ostream treat signed / unsigned char as a text and not an integer?
It is annoying. I've used my own to_string function that treats (u)int8_t as integers while treating char as a character. I added separate specializations for uint8_t, int8_t, and char since I'm assuming it's perfectly valid for those not to be three distinct types.
Mar
30
accepted WinForms TreeView Check Events Being Lost
Mar
30
awarded Curious
Mar
29
comment WinForms TreeView Check Events Being Lost
I added e.Node.Checked to the WriteLine after the others. Edited to be more sane.
Mar
29
revised WinForms TreeView Check Events Being Lost
Make write line order sane
Mar
29
asked WinForms TreeView Check Events Being Lost
Mar
16
comment Git-windows case sensitive file names not handled properly
There most definitely is a way for two files to exist whose names only differ in case, but it needs a registry change. Cygwin does it, but I don't know if msys can (there's a special flag that needs to be passed into the Win32 API): cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/using-specialnames.html
Mar
10
answered ELF binary make section unaccessible
Feb
17
comment Stack allocation for C++ green threads
That's definitely not guaranteed to be unmapped, or initialized to any value in particular. Using the GNU libc malloc, that large of an allocation will ultimately call mmap() anyway.
Feb
8
accepted Prevent trailing newline in Powershell Out-File command
Feb
8
asked Prevent trailing newline in Powershell Out-File command
Feb
1
comment Getting fault address from System.AccessViolationException
@HansPassant: No it doesn't? I can see which instruction I'm on, but not the address being accessed that actually caused the fault. I can assume what it is based on the disassembly, but it doesn't show me 100% what the OS thinks the faulting address is.
Jan
27
asked Getting fault address from System.AccessViolationException
Jan
25
awarded Popular Question
Jan
6
comment custom Linux kernel build failure in vmware workstation
Did you try mounting the volumes manually in the dracut shell?
Jan
4
awarded Commentator
Jan
4
comment custom Linux kernel build failure in vmware workstation
Can you see /dev/disk/sda3 or /dev/sda3 in the dracut shell? Try looking through the dmesg to see if there are any errors.
Oct
15
awarded Scholar
Oct
15
accepted Can I run multiple cores at different clock speeds?
Oct
15
awarded Supporter
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