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Introduction The last couple of days I've been playing around with some stuff around WCF (formerly known as Indigo for the people who've been living on Mars lately). Instead of hosting stuff in IIS I decided (for no specific reason whatsoever) to take...
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Introduction Part 4 of my CLR Hosting journey: scheduling and threading. Today's applications typically rely on threading primitives to perform multiple tasks concurrently. Schedulers are needed in the operating system (and on other places, as I'll show...
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I just launched my VPC with the beta 2 bits of the .NET Framework v2.0 (it's currently not on my primary OS installation as that one is currently under high other-beta-pressure, but things will change soon when I receive a new harddisk which I'll partition...
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Introduction A first specific aspect of CLR Hosting I want to cover in this blog post series is the memory management part of the CLR Hosting APIs. It all started some years ago when the SQL Server team started to look at the possibilities to integrate...
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Introduction In the previous posts on CLR Hosting with .NET v2.0 I explained the basic principles of - guess what - hosting the CLR inside a process by using the mscoree library. This post will explain what the various options are for starting the CLR...
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Introduction This is the first real post in my "CLR Hosting" blogseries that's coming up in the next couple of weeks (or months?). CLR Hosting is in my opinion a great API in a sense that it allows third parties to integrate the CLR in their products...
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Introduction In this upcoming series of blogposts on "CLR Hosting" I'm going to tell you how you can take benefit of the .NET Framework v2.0's CLR Hosting API in order to take advantage of the power of the CLR inside your own applications. Together with...
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