[Mono-devel-list] Limiting Memory Allocation

Zoltan Varga vargaz at gmail.com
Wed May 4 16:16:09 EDT 2005

On 5/4/05, Jim Purbrick <jimpurbrick at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Richard!
> > Given that you are generating all the code from a
> > source script at runtime, why don't you just inject
> > code to monitor memory usage inline?
> > Unless you are revising LSL (I'm a secondlife user)
> > all data operations are value based, so it's pretty
> > easy to see where memory is freed.
> Ultimately it would be nice if we weren't generating
> all the code and that this would work with any CIL
> from anywhere. Having said that, bytecode translation
> is currently part of the plan, so it could go in
> there.


  Keep in mind that mono currently doesn't support code access
security (CAS), so
running assemblies containing untrusted CIL code is not a very safe thing to do.


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