While Windows lives, it's hard to see how COM will ever die.
By Len on August 22, 2005 3:28 PM | 5 Comments
hype machines were off target about how Longhorn/Vista would be managed code from the ground up. This stuff may be "legacy" as far as Microsoft's hype generation crowd is concerned but it's going to be there for a long, long, time and don't be too surprised if Microsoft keeps using these legacy things in their own applications.
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It's the libraries, stupid was the previous entry in this blog.
JLR on C++ interfaces is the next entry in this blog.
I usually write about C++ development on Windows platforms, but I often ramble on about other less technical stuff...
- That Slim Reader/Writer lock issue is a kernel bug
- Living with Gimpel Lint is made so much easier with Visual Lint
- Two quite different approaches to multi-threading
- How to build a GCC Cross-Compiler
- Surprising Slim Reader/Writer Lock thread exit issues.
- Activatable Object
- Efficient Multi-Threading
- Useful undocumented Visual Studio compiler switches
- Intrusive C++ containers
- Practical Testing: 33 - Intrusive multi-map.
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- C++ Tips
- CLR Hosting
- Continuous Integration
- Debugging Tools
- Dumbing down is dumb
- Geek Speak
- Get a life
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- Lock Explorer
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