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PInvoke pointer safety: Replacing IntPtr with unsafe struct pointers

, 24 Aug 2012
Replacing IntPtr with unsafe struct pointers.

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8 No 24-Aug-12 12:46 Pending David Jeske
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7 No 24-Aug-12 12:25 Pending David Jeske
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5 No 23-Aug-12 21:23 Pending David Jeske
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4 No 23-Aug-12 17:21 Available Smitha Vijayan
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3 No 23-Aug-12 17:20 Pending Smitha Vijayan
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2 No 23-Aug-12 16:38 Pending David Jeske
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1 No 2-Mar-12 13:31 Draft David Jeske

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