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- Aug 24 2015, 1:00 PM (203 w, 17 h)
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Constant is finally, well, constant :)
Updating after big changes.
Update after doc cop ticket.
Tue, Jul 9
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Fri, Jun 28
Another round with some fixes.
Thu, Jun 27
Rebase and update after initial fix in a previous commit
Wed, Jun 26
Well, making these constructors private would mean that we would have to add empty default constructors above in the inheritance tree, and these constructors wold have to be visible somehow. So, the current protected constructors with the remark of being only for internal use seems to be enough.
Adding Cedric as this may change how MVVM Models work.
Tue, Jun 25
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Wed, Jun 19
I've pushed some build fixes to devs/lauromoura/csharp_examples but there seems to be some runtime issues.
Resolved with D9014 (the WrapperSupervisor commit)
May 31 2019
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May 23 2019
We've tried measuring the eo benchmarks for it using the release build on an dell xps 15 9560 running ubuntu 18.10.
May 22 2019
May 16 2019
Concrete classes serve as a wrapper for eventual private classes that implement the given interface, akin to the *Realized classes for abstracts.
May 13 2019
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May 3 2019
This is just a struct to wrap the event parameters. The event documentation itself is already present in the EventHandler field.
Update after Xavi's comments
May 2 2019
I had added this fix in D8811 alongside others. Added you as reviewer there.
Update fixing typo.
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Update with test and extra fix
Apr 26 2019
Apr 24 2019
Results of expedite-cmp (I've patched it to aggregate the average values of the comparison files in the second column):
Apr 23 2019
I caught this error after doing a fresh install without old modules installed.
E compiles correctly after this.
Apr 22 2019
Removed uneeded initializations
The failure occurred because the Dummy.TestObject.set_value implementation either freed the stored value or created the new one. This worked normally outside of debug mode probably due to mempool reusing the memory address. The debug build uses the pass-through mempool, making the problem appear.
Rebase and fix comment.
Apr 18 2019
Here I get a segfault when trying to create an empty Eina_Value (before assigning). And looks like there is more instability regarding Eina (at least with C# apps). Some calls to Eina.Log.Error also made the program crash. Will investigate more.