I can debug the .NET source fine, just tried debugging System.WindowsForms.MessageBox just now.
What library are you trying to debug?
You, my fine friend, are a constant reminder of how possible it is for lofty intellectuals to be cajoled into pointless forum discussions at times. Quite how this thread got as far as it did is mysterious?Evil SEO said:Maddus Mattus said:*snip*
Here's a recap of all your posts:
- Problem exists between keyboard and chair
- I have no problems, running IE8 for some time now,..
- Seriously, you fail at computers.
- You reap what you sow.
- have some valium,..
- omg, you are so l33t!
Yes! It was an argumentative, constructive and worthy discussion! If you put all this effort and you had to give up I wonder what were the amazingly interesting and deep things you told to all the other poor souls that tried to argue with you...
Maddus was astute in his sagacious assertion, of the profound difficulties that present themselves in droves, betwixt and between the keyboard and the chair. The truth hurts, as the ensuing tirade ostensibly proves.
I ,natually, find your avatar and current thread title nothing short of predictable, and your ill conceived and even worse argued points somnifacient.
You can find them in patience land. Basically, it takes ages to encode stuff in different formats, so the focus will be on getting the material available first via cough cough Silverlight, then the better quality just like PDC.
Edit: playing Silverlight videos is fine for me, just the occasional break, but that's streaming
The vast majority of folks are sensible - they are super bright (being developers of course) - but inevitably, there are those that like a world free of corona_coder etc.Minh said:Maddus Mattus said:*snip*
Well, now, I never said that I hate the mark as spam feature. I only hate how it eventually became. That is there was an unknown group of members who got the veto power to remove anybody else's posts. Not even those members themselves know who they are. I just want that list to be published, and have the names of those who veto a post public and be held accountable (this way you instantly cut down the amount of abused "mark as spam"). Of course the majority of "mark as spam" will be of the "DVD conversion" types. But the work to make that process more transparent was too much to do.
This is especially ironic for a site that seeks to be a more transparent window into Microsoft. And come to think of it, we've seen this pattern before. From the C9V4 beta site, that we all knew was totally inadequate (bugs & lack of features), to it suddenly becoming C9! It was a horrific 9 months roll-out.
I know that C9 is just a site that we come to for chit chats and watch videos and stuff... but inversely, for MS it's a really valuable online property, and for the devs, it's their livelihoods... I just don't see those devs (and those in charge) taking it as seriously as they should.
I'm not a fan of the dev team, as you can probably tell...
BTW, I don't see the "Mark as spam" link. Does that mean I'm not part of that secret clique?
EDIT: nevermind. I see it. Yaaay?
I can see the pc/os and corona_coder contingent being swingled out. Someone who spends their life promoting another OS like pc/os is likely to never be pleased with Microsoft offerings, and some of us (yawn), grin-and-bear the predicatbility of it all. corona_coder is nonsensical and sensationalist in all his meanderings, and as sure as a leopard not changing its spots, he feels that he must make his wearisome anti-windows stance public from time to time, ensnaring most with his tripe.
As a best practice, I would refrain from using the spam button, unless it is a video converter type post. raymond should be left be, and anyone whose posts you might find droll.
I wish there was a supported way to implement this on ASP.NET 2.0 sites.
For webforms, Microsoft now expound MVC as a de facto method, for building data driven websites.
In WPF and Silverlight, you have MVVM (and Prism of course).
That pretty much wraps up web and desktop/client applications, but why has it taken so long to get to this stage? Is it that managed code provides a way to be able to separate code and components far more easily, whereas COM and C++ is so inextricably linked from the inside out, that it makes it difficult to design software this way?
How much of Windows 7, or Visual Studio will be using these design patterns for example?
Yggdrasil said:I disagree that abbreviations are easier to remember. Quite the opposite, I think. They might be easier to type, but as Ion said, that's what auto-completion and snippets are for. For reading, they're terrible. Is 'F' a for or a function? Is 'C' a class or a case?There's a fine balance to be struck between over-verbosity, which takes too long to read, and over-succinctness, which is the next best thing to obfuscation. Different languages stop at different points - VB a bit more verbose, C++ - but I think your suggestion will make code a lot harder to read - brainf**k style.
For me C++ is a programming language and not a programming Acronym. Your idea is a non starter my friend, back to the drawing board I'm afraid.
You have a choice, read what I have written above these lines, or your idea below
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