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Ensuring that objects allocated in one dynamic library are deleted by the same library has always been a challenge. Solutions prior to the advent of C++11 often make the usage of the library cumbersome. This is a solution using smart pointers' custom deleters.
This article talks about using the Windows event viewer to get the actual crashed module and location of the crash in the code. The sample code is written in C++ to generate different types of crashes like access violation and stack overflow.
This is an alternative for "Member Function Pointers and the Fastest Possible C++ Delegates"
Using Shape class to display and scale graphics in XNA, WPXNA (3).
Loading assemblies using Assembly.Load , Assembly.LoadFrom and Assembly.LoadFile
A hierarchical task manager with native XML support for custom reporting.
A C++ JSON parser/generator written using Boost::spirit
a splitter control for dialog can auto change the linked window's position.