For generic interfaces, the name parameter is the mangled name, ending with a grave accent (`) and the number of type parameters. This is true for both generic interface definitions and constructed generic interfaces. For example, to find IExample<T> (IExample(Of T) in Visual Basic) or IExample<string> (IExample(Of String) in Visual Basic), search for «IExample`1».
UPD: I found unofficial binary builds here:
Do not forget to install pytools.
I’ve been into some difficulties since i began installing that software, even with help of
Итак, наш результат:
lst.ForEach(ci => ci.Name = CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.TextInfo.ToTitleCase(ci.Name));
As of second release of this framework, two notations of variable output coexist: «:» and «=»
The MAIN DIFFERENCE is: «:» DOES ESCAPE your variable, and «=» doesn’t
so when outputting html field, write
P.S. long debug, sorry
Here is it, with .Net 3.5 support, awaiting 4.0, to be included in 2.10 built.
Oh, yes, try to use
|Mono with Anonymous + Linq + Debug|
Error 1 error LNK1168: cannot open for writing
I was writing a simple C program to print “HelloWorld” while using the new improved Visual Studio 2010. Program compiled fine on the first run but I started to get a weird linking error (see title of post) on recompiling later on.
I singled out the problem to a service in Windows 7. Earlier in the week, I disabled a bunch of (unnecessary) Windows service processes to speed up my OS and happened to disable “Application Experience” service as well.
Enabling the service has solved the issue completely. The reason is because Application Experience service is used to process application compatibility cache requests for applications as they are launched.