[Mono-list] bug in 0.17
Sun, 5 Jan 2003 11:00:53 -0600
Yes of course you are correct. It has been posted
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> Subject: Re: [Mono-list] bug in 0.17
> El dom, 05-01-2003 a las 07:19, Reggie Burnett escribió:
> > I can't seem to get a mono build environment going currently ( I
> > heard some talk of the make broken on #mono) so I'll post this here.
> > I noticed on 0.17 that MemoryStream has an issue when position is
> > past Length. From code that I wrote on Windows, I know that the
> > version reports the length of the memorystream as being the old
> > until something is written to the new position. For example,
> > the length to 0 and position to 5 will still report length as 0.
> > if you write a single byte to the stream, it reports length as 6.
> > Looking at the current code for MemoryStream, Mono is silently
> > position to length when position is given past length.
> > Can someone who can build Mono fix this in CVS for me?
> It would be better if you report bugs using bugzilla
> (http://bugzilla.ximian.com) providing a simple test case. That way
> report won't be lost in the noise of the mailing list ;-).
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