[Mono-devel-list] Isolated Storage and Code Access Security
jonpryor at vt.edu
Wed Feb 4 20:41:09 EST 2004
On Wed, 2004-02-04 at 13:03, Sébastien Pouliot wrote:
> Isolated Storage
> * Class status
> * Conclusion
> Incomplete. IIRC no one has worked in the classes for quite some time.
Just to elaborate, I worked on IsolatedStorage as a weekend project to
get it to run an example I found in "Programming C#".
+ You can actually create files with it
+ It really works!
- No effort was paid to security
- or disk space concerns
- or anything else that would be needed for a actual completeness.
It's a simple way to create files for the individual user that aren't
visible by the user (they're stored ~/.mono/isolated-storage). It
should work quite well for this, and should suffice for storing program
preferences and other related things.
Aside from permission support and implementing a fixed-size data store
(and how should that be configured?), it's pretty much feature
complete. Or mostly complete, anyway.
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