Jaded

Rivne, Ukraine

Age: 28

Software developer (.NET/C#/WPF)

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asked Moles crashing when unit test debugging is being stopped
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accepted Recursive svn upgrade in local filesystem (Win32)
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comment Recursive svn upgrade in local filesystem (Win32)
When I run it eventually, it throws exception at some point: The script failed due to call depth overflow. The call depth reached 1001 and the maximum is 1000. + CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (1001:Int32) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CallDepthOverflow
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comment Recursive svn upgrade in local filesystem (Win32)
When I'm executing the whole script (with upgrade-svndirs target_dir; last line) it still tries to execute it in directory where script lies, not target one. When I remove last line and do "upgrade-svndirs.ps1 target-dir" it does nothing at all. Am I missing something?
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comment Recursive svn upgrade in local filesystem (Win32)
That's exactly what I've meant when was asking this question, thanks. Any chance to import this function to PowerShell (at least during some session)? So I could use it few times with different parameters without editing script file itself. Thanks in advance.
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asked Recursive svn upgrade in local filesystem (Win32)
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comment Measuring WCF service calls response time in Fiddler and C# application
There are no problems with precision (difference is around 150-200ms, that's definitely not a clock issue). What I'm trying to measure in Fiddler is the same value as in first piece of code - time that is spent between client starts request and gets full response.
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asked Measuring WCF service calls response time in Fiddler and C# application
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accepted Multiple concurrent periodic refresh operations in C#
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comment Multiple concurrent periodic refresh operations in C#
Indeed it looks simpler, but what I have while using tasks is simple token-ish cancellation support (eventually this looping has to end somehow, i.e. upon request) and more clear way of returning results. Also locking inside my piece doesn't look very expensive. I guess problem is somewhere else. Anyway thanks for your effort, good illustration to KISS principle.
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revised Multiple concurrent periodic refresh operations in C#
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revised Multiple concurrent periodic refresh operations in C#
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