Blog articles tagged 'diagnostics'

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on 2/20/2022 6:59 AM
As part of my church A/V system (At Your Service), I run a separate local web server to interact with the Zoom SDK. Initially this was because the Zoom SDK would only run in 32-bit processes and I needed a 64-bit process to handle the memory requirements [...]
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on 2/17/2022 12:45 PM
As I have mentioned before, I’ve been spending a lot of time over the last two years writing code for my local church’s A/V system. (Indeed, I’ve been giving quite a few user group talks recently about the fun I’ve had doing so.) That new A/V system is ca[...]
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on 7/19/2020 1:08 AM
This is a blog post rather than a bug report, partly because I really don’t know what’s at fault. Others with more knowledge of how the console works in .NET Core, or exactly what the Travis log does, might be able to dig deeper. TL;DR: If you’re running [...]
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on 10/12/2019 1:17 AM
TL;DR: If your AppVeyor build starts breaking because it’s started using WSL bash, change the path in your YAML file – see the end of the post for an example. For years now, I’ve used bash scripts for all kinds of automation in Windows projects. The versi[...]
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on 3/17/2019 11:17 AM
Side-note: this may be one of the clumsiest titles I’ve ever written for a blog post. But it does what it says on the tin. Oh, and the space after “ASP” in “ASP .NET Core” everywhere it to avoid auto-linking. While I could use a different dot or a zero-wi[...]
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on 10/8/2017 2:02 PM
This is an odd one. I’m currently working on Cloud Firestore support for C#, and I’ve introduced a GeoPoint struct to represent a latitude/longitude pair, each being represented by a double. It implements IEquatable and overloads == and != in the obvious [...]
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on 8/30/2017 7:50 AM
I do most of my work in the google-cloud-dotnet github repo (That’s the repo for the Google Cloud Client Libraries for .NET, just to get a quick bit of marketing in there.) We try to keep our build and test dependencies up to date, so I recently updated t[...]
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on 8/19/2017 3:09 PM
Unlike the previous tests which have been based on Noda Time, this post is based on some issues I’ve had with my main project at work: the Google Cloud Client Libraries for .NET. Background This is somewhat detailed for those of you who really care about [...]
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on 8/19/2017 1:22 PM
In the last blog post, I investigated why my Noda Time tests on Travis were running much slower than those on AppVeyor. I resolved a lot of the problem just by making sure I was running release builds on Travis. That left a single test which takes up abou[...]
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on 8/17/2017 1:17 AM
I’ve previously blogged about a case where tests on .NET Core on Linux were much, much slower than the same tests on Windows. Today I’ve got a very similar problem – but I suspect the cause isn’t going to be the same. This is my reasonably raw log – skip [...]
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