[Mono-devel-list] Permission Request Sets - Encoding

Sebastien Pouliot spouliot at videotron.ca
Wed Sep 15 08:19:41 EDT 2004

Hello Alexis,

It depends on how you want to do it.

_mininum, _optional and _refuse are defined in class Assembly and also used
in AssemblyBuilder so they cannot change type (i.e. they must stay as

Have a look at how the classes that implement AddDeclarativeSecurity works.
You'll see they use a struct, RefEmitPermissionSet, defined in

Sebastien Pouliot
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I'm working on declarative security attribute support for CAS on Mono,
and I just wanted to ask a question: Is it OK if  I convert the
Assembly PermissionSets (_minimum, _optional and _refuse) to XML/text
inside the AssemblyBuilder so that I can just pick them up as
MonoString 's in the runtime and write them in the build_metadata()
call? Or should I do the conversion in the runtime, to avoid
unneccessary variables in
AssemblyBuilder/MonoReflectionAssemblyBuilder ?


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