[Mono-devel-list] [off topic] mono/.net pure managed wrapperlibraries
ClassDevelopment at A-SoftTech.com
Thu Jul 28 18:01:32 EDT 2005
Don't think about performance on this one, because the loss will be
absolutely unmeasurable (or at least extremely small) unless you want to
stream byte by byte.
It is quite possible, that the mono jit will inline that code anyways...
Just create an abstract base class (or interface) and then inherit and
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dominik Pich" <Dominik at pich.info>
To: <mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 7:32 PM
Subject: [Mono-devel-list] [off topic] mono/.net pure managed
> Ok, I'm aware this is offtopic but hey :) it is _RELATED_ to mono in so
> far that I think about using it :P
> So... my situation:
> I have managed code written using ms .NET which uses MS managed wrapper
> for WMP.
> I'd like to port that code to osx using mono and as I then dont have WMP
> but QuickTime, I thought I'd write a wrapper that on WINDOWS uses WMP and
> on OSX uses QuickTime.
> So far so good... ;)
> Instead of:
> on Windows I got: MyApp -> managed WMP -> WMP
> on OSX I got: MyApp -> managed QuickTime -> QuickTime
> I add the add. 'wrapper layer' so I have a common API:
> on Win/osx: MyApp -> managed Media Player -> managed WMP
> (win) -> WMP
> managed QuickTime (osx) -> Quicktime
> Now Im thinking about the performance decrease of such an add. 'wrapper
> layer' and wonder if I could 'inline' it ... so I dont have the wrapper
> in the compiled code:
> I write:
> and it compiles to either
> ... or do I worry to much?
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