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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
@Magus I'll certainly look into that. Thanks for the suggestion :)
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
@DocBrown I could do it some other way, but this way I can integrate extra facilities without having to close the program. I think it will make development of extra features easier for a pure virtual development team because it leaves a lot of freedom for them in the way they implement their code
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
I knew it should be possible to dynamically load DLL's but you showed me how. Thank you for showing me this, as it will make my life a lot easier.
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
@Doval thank you for clarifying that. I guess I'll have to see how I will use a delegate in this way. I've always used them more in the role of the observer pattern.
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
+1 That's exactly what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to add a plug-in based task list which will allow me to execute whatever I distribute. This means that certain people, say beta testers and such, will be able to add extra functionality without any rewrites to the code by supplying them with more DLL's, as well as being able to precisely target certain pieces of code without affecting the rest.
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
This answer almost makes me feel stupid, but I realise now that it's pretty much the way how much of the base .net library (and other code of course) is constructed :) I just felt that asking it before building it would prevent any major pitfalls without investing a lot of time.
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
In case you're wondering: an action basically has to do one thing: run and complete. Command/Strategy pattern seems the pattern of choice to me at this moment. Is that correct?
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comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
I need a universal way of accessing and running the actions, so I chose the strategy pattern for that. If that's not the way to go, which pattern would work instead? The DLL part is primarily for easy distribution and expansion of new functionalities.
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comment What are the perks and drawbacks of using html templates versus building the html in-code
I see that you're mentioning frameworks that target functional languages. Are you specifically targeting functional languages, or are other languages welcome as well?
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