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  1. .NET is a cross-platform runtime for cloud, mobile, desktop, and IoT apps.

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  2. Clang bindings for .NET written in C#

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  3. A framework for developing multimedia-based applications.

    C# 207 21

  4. Interop bindings for Windows.

    C# 154 23

  5. Interop bindings for Vulkan.

    C# 17 4

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September 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in dotnet/designs that received 35 comments

Add a proposal which suggests updating the xarch baseline target

As per the doc, I propose the minimum required hardware for x86/x64 on .NET should be changed from x86-x64-v1 to x86-x64-v2.

+59 −0 35 comments
Opened 31 other pull requests in 4 repositories
dotnet/runtime 4 open 12 merged 1 closed
dotnet/ClangSharp 11 merged
terrafx/terrafx.interop.vulkan 2 merged
terrafx/ 1 merged
Reviewed 44 pull requests in 6 repositories
dotnet/runtime 25 pull requests
dotnet/roslyn-analyzers 3 pull requests
SixLabors/ImageSharp 2 pull requests
dotnet/machinelearning 2 pull requests
dotnet/docs 1 pull request
dotnet/core 1 pull request

Created an issue in dotnet/command-line-api that received 8 comments

Response file parsing behavior change

Between 2.0.0-beta3.22114.1 (good) and 2.0.0-beta4.22272.1 (bad) the parsing behavior for response files has changed. Notably, ClangSharp (https://…

Opened 5 other issues in 4 repositories
Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
1 contribution in private repositories Sep 8

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