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Replacement of APM usage (Begin/EndGetResponse, etc.) with TAP (GetResponseAsync) and async/await #27

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semihokur commented Aug 22, 2013

As part of a research project at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, we're developing a refactoring tool that replaces instances of the APM pattern with corresponding TAP method calls and the async/await keywords. I've applied it to this project.

This pull request replaces those existing calls to APM Begin/End* methods with functionally equivalent TAP constructs and the async/await keywords.

I also added a dependency that is needed: Microsoft.Bcl.Async by Microsoft. This package improves support for async/await-based programming for older frameworks, or frameworks that are missing functionality (for WP, specifically, TAP extension methods for WebRequest).

Are you interested in merging this pull request? If not, please let me know why, and I'll try and improve the pull request with your comments in mind.

Thanks for your time,
Semih Okur

gjulianm added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 22, 2013

Merge pull request #27 from semihokur/master
Replacement of APM usage (Begin/EndGetResponse, etc.) with TAP (GetResponseAsync) and async/await

@gjulianm gjulianm merged commit 5f75047 into gjulianm:master Aug 22, 2013

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That was pretty good, thanks. I'll look forward to the release of that refactoring tool, it seems to be really useful.

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gjulianm commented Aug 22, 2013

That was pretty good, thanks. I'll look forward to the release of that refactoring tool, it seems to be really useful.

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