Hi Pete thanks for your answer. This looks good. Just 1 question. Say I have a listview with 5 items in it and that the 2nd item is selected then "addedItems" is the 2nd item and "removedItems" are the rest of the 4 items. Am I right on this part?
Not quite. AddedItems refers to the items that were added to the selection since the last time the event was fired, and RemovedItems refers to the items that were removed from the selection since the last time the event was fired. This means that the changes effectively represent deltas and are cumulative.
I have CDO, it's OCD with the letters in the right order; just as they ruddy well should be
I have made a small application using WPF. Now I want to obfuscate so that no one can steal my algorithms. Also so that no one can break my licensing mechanism.
I did try trial/free versions of some tools like Dotfuscator, Eazfuscator, Babel etc. But in these trial versions, my application get crashed while executing its one or other functionality. It might be because vendor don't want us to use application obfuscated with their free/trial versions.
Can anybody suggest me a free Obfuscator which provide reasonable/moderate security but no crash or serious bugs in obfuscated assemblies?
I found the same problems with NET NamesObfuscator what I found with others. Then I tried Babel. Its trial version is also causing crash to my application. But it has some option which we can turned ON/OFF. It served my purpose. I think Babel is a very good obfuscator. One problem with it is that it has a command line UI not GUI.
Thanks for the reply. I know that I cannot do anything other than just making it harder to read and understand my code. But for my small application, it would be enough. Can you suggest me a free Obfuscator that can obfuscate the WPF code and providing reasonable security?
I found the same problems with Eazfuscator what I found with others. Then I tried Babel. Its trial version is also causing crash to my application. But it has some option which we can turned ON/OFF. It served my purpose. I think Babel is a very good obfuscator. One problem with it is that it has a command line UI not GUI.
I just started a silverlight 4 application in VS2010, enabling RIA services. Installed the Silverlight 4 Tools. and as i debug, i am finding this exception.
an unhandled win32 exception occurred in plugin-container.exe
please help me get throught this as its quite annoying as my VS2010 keeps on crashing. and also the browser reports, the silverlight plugin has crashed. I tried reinstalling VS2010 and SL tools. doesnt work.
I instantiate and show the window using the following code:
RichTextBox rtfBox = GetTheBox();
Window1 win = new Window1();
Now, as you can see I have both the rtf box and window available. But the window is not an ancestor of the rtfBox, nor do they share the same xaml.
What minimal markup and/or code is needed to connect the Clipboard commands and button states to the rtf box, such that they will reflect their availability based on the selection state in the rich text box and when click will operate on the rich text box.