Schroedingers Cat

South East England

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Age: 52

25+ years in software development.

6 years on an HCI PhD.

20+ years married.

19 years a parent.

I can cope with anything.

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Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
Hans - I am well aware of the possible dangers of doing this. I would not try this with core DLLS, but I had hoped that the DE files would be well enough behaved to allow this to work for me.
Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
Edited into the question.
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revised Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
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Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
"appears to refer to itself" was merely because of the recursive calls. The stack trace does seem to reflect this too. There is one more aspect that might be an issue, so I will try this.
Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
OK, let me have a go.
Aug
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comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
If I can prove that it is a DE issue, I will contact them. I tried caching the loaded dlls, so that it would not have to load them again, but it was re-calling the Resolve before I could load and cache the previous entry call.
Aug
27
comment Assembly Resolve recurses into an infinite loop
I couldn't get a stack trace, because the stack overflow killed it. I was stepping through to see what was happening, and at the Assembly.Load() it was definitively calling the Resolve again.
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comment Equation (expression) parser with precedence?
Wow - it's nice to know that the "Dragon book" is still discussed. I remember studying it - and reading it all through - at university, 30 years ago.
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