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Re: [DotGNU]Qt# and Pnet

From: Rhys Weatherley
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Qt# and Pnet
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 12:27:55 +1000
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On Wednesday 17 September 2003 11:58 am, Marcus wrote:
> I tried using Portable.NET with Qt# for the first time in a while, and I
> did want to mention that Portable.NET can no longer run Qt# apps.

Does this happen with your new Qt#, or the original Qt# 0.6?  Or both?

> When Qt# (Qt.dll) and the apps are compiled with mcs or csc, ilrun will be
> run them because it cannot verify the code. There is some unsafe code in
> QApplication now. How do I tell ilrun that it's okay to run the code?

ilrun always runs in unsafe mode at present (CAS security is not done yet). 
The problem is probably a bug in the verifier that trips up on something 
mcs/csc outputs.  If you could supply me with a simple test case that 
demonstrates the problem, it should be easily fixable.

> On the other hand, when compiled with cscc, the result is incredibly-long
> start times (>10 seconds on Athlon 1100 MHz) and massive string corruption.

This is probably a case of something being mis-marshalled, causing the system 
to go off into la la land within  Or it is looping recursively, and 
it takes 10 seconds to fill up the entire system's stack before crashing. 
Once again, I'll need a test case to track this down.



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