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GeneralRe: Where should I start studying for Managed DirectX if I'm a n00b? Pin
Mazdak30-Jan-04 1:54
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GeneralPrinting Problem Pin
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GeneralWell now I'm convinced Pin
Rob Manderson29-Jan-04 22:41
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GeneralRe: Well now I'm convinced Pin
Stephane Rodriguez.29-Jan-04 23:24
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GeneralRe: Well now I'm convinced Pin
Brian Delahunty30-Jan-04 3:12
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GeneralRe: Well now I'm convinced Pin
Stephane Rodriguez.30-Jan-04 4:49
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Brian Delahunty30-Jan-04 5:45
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Stephane Rodriguez.30-Jan-04 6:08
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Brian Delahunty wrote:
Haven't seen any (amrketing brochure). Seriously.

I am talking the MS weblogs and all that goes into that new marketing channel.


Brian Delahunty wrote:
It's decent enough and it does help in a good few interop issues.

I trust in you, unfortunately I can't figure out how an analyzer can show the issues with unmanaged code. By definition, it's not even possible for a managed code to be aware of anything that is unmanaged. For instance, a lot of the interop issues goes with what is supposed to be behind a LPTSTR. Such a parameter type doesn't say it's a [in] or a [out] parameter for instance. Since the caller never knows who holds the buffer, I think interop issues are pretty much doomed.
Also, given marshalling limitations when you are trying to interop complex structs, I wonder how FxCop can be of any help when you start using the interop services, allocating a buffer, and then start copying buffers back and forth.



Brian Delahunty wrote:
The main gripe I have with it is that it doesn't integrate into VS.NET

Yeah, I now think VS.NET lacks a lot of things, for instance the whole signing process. I can't think how Redmond manages to install 3.5 GB of binaries on some computer, and then fall short of such things.

Beyond me.





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