well, AFAIK, if a post is marked as answer in that forum it will show up both in the Answers section and also in the AllReplies section again. so if you read a page through you will often see some posts twice.
Ahhh, I use CSerialPort quite a lot !! Thank you PJ Naughter !
and Jiang Sheng is really heapful, sooo knowledgeble, so much times I google some problems and found the answer by Jiang Sheng ! He even answered one of my question in MSDN forums by himself ! Thank you !
Sounds like many C++ guys are seduced by the dark side (and vice versa, but which side is darker again ? ), and they became the master of the yin and yang.
Mar 10, 2011 at 4:50 AM
maybe this is somethng that Rx for C++ could be built upon ... hmmm
Mar 09, 2011 at 2:40 PM
really nice stuff. will definitely use this library.
no, I mean HTML5 application development tooling support in Visual Studio.
OK, IE9 is the user's story about HTML5, now you should deliver the HTML5 story to the developers !
Nokia, and now Microsoft, are committed to making sure that your contributions to and investments in the Nokia ecosystem will be worthwhile. In the coming weeks we will provide more information about programs that will help you access the Symbian and Qt opportunities more effectively.
So how many weeks the 'coming weeks' are ??
and, there is something only the vc team could talk about, since VC2010 comes with no 'smart device' support, WEC7 uses VS2008 as the development tool, on the other hand Windows itself is going ARM, so here is a questin: will VC11 support ARM ? if no, then we can forget Qt for WP7, if yes, thats something to begin with, and then, the next question goes to the WP team.
my personal guessing would be: Native for WP7 ? possibly(1). Qt for WP7 ? very unlikely.
but as long as you can compile C++ to WP7, you can always leverage those non-ui part of Qt as your libraries.
(1) as Diegum said: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vcblog/archive/2011/02/24/10133517.aspx
A few days ago I compiled all these claims for native support in WP7 and send that for the wp7 team. Not sure if, as your advocate, I'm to win the case but I keep my bets high. I'm confident that the same will start happening with other techs as well (xna, etc)
Mar 04, 2011 at 12:02 PM
any tools to find out which program is still 'using' these files.
Process Explorer -> Find Handle
@new2STL: well, as a user I do love Window 7 and never looked back after upgrading from XP. but as a developer its another story, I need to deploy my software to the existing infrastructure of those large and sturborn orgnaziations, I cant tell them to upgrading all their machines so I can sell my product to them, heck, I even need to support Windows 2000 in some special scenarios, and in VC2010 this need some nasty hack:
fortunately its not a show stopper. but abandoning XP definetly is, oh, guess I have to stick with VS2010/NET4 for a while. but I guess Silverlight 5+ will support XP at least, with P/Invoke support there is hope for me to switch to Silverlight OOB or desktop app model, wooho.