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GeneralRe: Some thoughts on the .net CLR/CLI Pin
honey the codewitch14-May-19 17:16
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Super Lloyd14-May-19 17:44
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 17:48
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Super Lloyd14-May-19 18:13
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 18:17
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 18:24
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 18:38
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Show me where Finalized objects get collected before proc exit in a real world scenario.

Except server apps, but if you're using unmanaged resources directly from a webserver i hate you.


In application code, the GC calls finalizer before proc exit. Show me where it doesn't.

Contrive a scenario even.

It won't slow down dramatically until reboot. The kernel keeps an slist of kernel handles by process around. Win32 does indeed clean them when the process exits. Your HBITMAP will be around until proc exit, not until reboot.

And *it would anyway* - at least in my tests, because Finalize doesn't get called until proc exit anyway.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.

GeneralRe: Some thoughts on the .net CLR/CLI Pin
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