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Archive for December 26th, 2012

Wow, Comment SPAM is just like how politicians talk: use loads of sentences, but say nothing.

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/12/26

If recent comments like below are flagged automagically as SPAM, then any political info will get auto-flagged as SPAM too (:

There are actually loads of details like that
to take into consideration. That may be a nice point to convey up.
I offer the thoughts above as common inspiration but clearly
there are questions just like the one you deliver up where an important factor will likely be
working in sincere good faith. I don?t know if finest practices have
emerged around issues like that, but I am sure that your job is
clearly identified as a good game. Both boys and girls really feel the impact of
just a second’s pleasure, for the remainder of their lives.



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.NET/C#: use Assembly.GetName() if you to access internal/private information from Assembly

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/12/26

There is a lot of information in Assembly that is either internal or private. Luckily you van get an AssemblyName instance through Assembly.GetName() or Assembly.GetName(Boolean) which has quite a few public members that get initialized while calling the internal AssemblyName.Init method.

This is the member mapping of AssemblyName members to Assembly members:

AssemblyName member Assembly member
Name GetSimpleName() *internal
GetPublicKey() GetPublicKey() *internal
GetPublicKeyToken() null
Version GetVersion() *internal
contains the AssemblyVersionAttribute of the assembly
CultureInfo GetLocale() *internal
HashAlgorithm GetHashAlgorithm() *private
VersionCompatibility AssemblyVersionCompatibility.SameMachine
CodeBase GetCodeBase(Bool) *internal
Flags GetFlags() | AssemblyNameFlags.PublicKey
KeyPair null
ProcessorArchitecture complex set of calls


via: Assembly.GetName Method (Boolean) (System.Reflection).

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