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Mon, 3 May 2004 02:04:13 +0200
Noticed that the set method of the `Attributes' property didn't actually save
the values, it just walked the hashtable, checked it's values for invalid
data and then just returned. (see attached patch).
And I also though of something else, as the hashtable are being constructed
each time it's being fetched (get_Attributes) you cant add attributes
SecurityElement se = new SecurityElement("user", "foo");
se.Attributes.Add("group", "bar"); // won't have any effect
the plain XML should look like this:
but looks like this:
But the current implementation cannot acheive this. Should it be like this, or
is it something that should be done?
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- [DotGNU]System.Security.SecurityElement patch,
Carl-Adam Brengesjö <=