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Re: [DotGNU]System.Xml

From: Chris Smith
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]System.Xml
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 12:25:19 +0000

On Tuesday 07 January 2003 17:40, Gopal V wrote:

> I've been thinking a lot about DGEE these days ... so how about the
> following idea .... Why not provide access to the requestring and similar
> stuff as a set of internal calls ...
> You should be able to attach new internal calls to the standard set with

Okay.  Looks interesting, too busy to get my head round where you're going :o)
Will read later, perhaps discus over the weekend.


> /*
>  * Add a new set of internal calls to the process's lookup table
>  */
> int ILExecProcessAddInternalCallTable(ILExecProcess* process,
>                                       const ILEngineInternalClassInfo* 
> internalClassTable,
>                                       int internalClassCount);
> The steps would be ... write/design your internal call in C# ...
> $ ../ilnative/ilinternal -p mydll.dll > internalcalls.h
> $ ../ilnative/ilinternal -t mydll.dll >> internalcalls.h
> Edit it to use ILEngineInternalClassInfo instead of the locally defined
> InternalClassInfo (or typecast in the engine invoke, they both have the
> same layout and size)...
> Attaching this the engine process will add your very own special features
> of DGEE to the VM env ... (rather than depending on the arguments for
> everything...)
> But it just might be too late for the release for this idea to stabilize.
> > So I just wanted to make sure System.Xml will allow reading like this.
> > Not had a chance to review the ECMA spec yet.
> It reads stuff of a Stream or String ... and as far as I know it shouldn't
> be a problem to wrap a Reader or Stream class around your Message queuing
> process :-) ...
> Btw, Minddog fired 1000 helloworld continous requests to the DGEE and
> experienced no problems what-so-ever ... I wonder what slashdotting could
> do :-)
> Gopal

Chris Smith
  Technical Architect - netFluid Technology Ltd.
  "Internet Technologies, Distributed Systems and Tuxedo Consultancy"
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