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revised Downsides of GNU LGPL v3 vs. GNU LGPL v2.1?
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comment Downsides of GNU LGPL v3 vs. GNU LGPL v2.1?
@Martin Thanks for the answer. To clarify: I was specifically asking about "L"GPL. I'll update the question to make this more clear.
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comment Why is there no generic implementation of OrderedDictionary in .net?
@Carson anytime you have what is an array of data items that you also need quick random access to. To simply store in a Dict loses the ordering information, and using an array requires your to maintain your own index.
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comment Why is there no generic implementation of OrderedDictionary in .net?
Unless I misunderstand the SortedDict docs, that is not what I want. I don't want any sorting done. I just want an array that I can also access by key. Anyway, I am really wondering why MS skipped this. (Subtle issues, etc.)
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