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The problem is with the marshalling of array<stringshare>, which is the value expected by CommandLine.SetCommandArray. It is being generated as Eina.Array<System.String>. While we don't expect C# users to deal with stringshares directly, they should be marshalled correctly instead of just being passed to C.
A guess into the blue, is it possible that in efl_csharp_application.cs:102 the command line args are not stringshares, but ecore expects stringshares ? (This was changed at some point, and c# was likely not adjusted)
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That code was merged into the Hello World GUI tutorial.
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Jul 23 2018
Aaaaaaaaand you are right @lauromoura, I did not port your fix correctly.
I will update my diff and close this ticket as invalid.
I included your fix (passing win to the constructor of the timer object) to my diff already :)
Could you check my branch devs/lauromoura/fix-csharp-life on the examples repo?
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Please tag future changes to tools/examples.git with the examples project