Yun Jin's WebLog

CLR internals, Rotor code explanation, CLR debugging tips, trivial debugging notes, .NET programming pitfalls, and blah, blah, blah...

February, 2004

  • Yun Jin's WebLog

    Dangerous PInvokes - string modification

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    Objects in CLR are usually managed by the runtime in GC heap; user code does not have direct access to the objects. CLR's reliability and type safety heavily rely on this fact. But CLR also support InterOp features like COM InterOp, IJW and PInvoke to...
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    FCall and GC hole - first post about Rotor

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    An exsample of FCall My friend Joel Pobar had a great post to demo how to add new code to Rotor which exposes more EE(Execution Engine) internal information to managed world. This is a very good example covers both BCL and EE, and how the two parts...
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