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comment C# not thread-safe initialization
thx for the answer, can I find a reference to this in a lang./runtime spec?
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comment C# not thread-safe initialization
so to sum up, it is guaranteed that the reference assignment will happen before the initialization, without any additional memory barriers etc., right?
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answered Reserve a TCP port in Windows
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comment GitHub for Windows - is it open source?
As @Lincoln said that's a pity, could have had a great pedagogical value
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comment boost serialization save pointer and value
Ok, thanks. I'll try that..
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comment boost serialization save pointer and value
Why the need to start a new archive though?
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comment boost serialization save pointer and value
@Tony The Lion I did
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comment (ProtoBuf) Can't parse message of type "data.Data" because it is missing required fields: ID
Could you paste some protobuf code? Anyway, I've given an answer that describes an alternative way to (possibly) achieve the same goal.
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comment Why does a large local array crash my program?
In Visual Studio, you could probably use this to increase the stack maximum size: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/tdkhxaks.aspx
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