That was still useful in 2003/2004 but the technical and legal landscape changed a lot since then. Removing the old, limited key size, cipher suites also allow removed additional parts of the code that deals with them.
…iOS devices (since it read /etc/resolve.conf). Ignore it for XI until #27707 is fixed
It's ignored in MarkType but it breaks calling Resolve in this case
…r to types in assemblies we won't be keeping [#26752] Custom attributes encoding means it's possible to have a scope that will point into a PCL facade even if we (just before saving) will resolve all type references. Since all other references can be made on the _real_ assembly and that we do not want to include any facade assembly just for this we need to resolve those type and update their scope.
…sembly-level as meaning 'preserve everything inside this assembly'.
… inside an array [#26030]
… (avoids memory allocation for collections)
…uns tests them on several cultures)
asl_vlog last parameter is a va_list and giving it a char* leads to crash which calls our native unhandled exception handler, which also tries to log what happens making the watchdog unhappy about the food quality 0x000000008badf00d
…not part of NUnitLite 1.0 (and can't be run on XiOS)
…bile profile (e.g. iOS)
…upport) are 64bits safe
…g IDictionary or IDictionary<,> Issue: The previous code, with new tests , failed when the linker was enabled. That was caused because the code looks for the Keys and Item properties getter using reflection. The linker handled that imperfectly (it left some holes), in part because: * System.Collections.Generic.IDictionary`2 does not implement System.Collections.IDictionary; and * It preserved the explicit methods - not the implicit one that were used the the reflection-based code; That later fact is also a bug (without the linker involvment) and solved by this commit. A unit test was added to show the issue (NRE). The patch also avoid the use of reflection for IDictionary since we can simply typecast to get the same result (without the additional cost).