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May 2016
Steven Kirk
@grokys
May 01 2016 00:23
thanks!
Jeremy Koritzinsky
@jkoritzinsky
May 01 2016 00:48
No prob! Btw the testing process crashes every time from the tests since a StackOverflowException can't be caught in a catch block in most cases, so to actually see the exception thrown in each test you have to manually run the test individually.
Darnell WIlliams
@ImaBrokeDude_twitter
May 01 2016 08:41
But you could if you use a counter
You can actually teat
You can actually test the stack heap and throw your own exception beofre it reaches a StackOverflowException
Darnell WIlliams
@ImaBrokeDude_twitter
May 01 2016 08:46
You'd get accurate results by running the operation in a new thread with a larger stack heap and then test the heap until the default threshold is filled and throw an exception of your own
Jeremy Koritzinsky
@jkoritzinsky
May 01 2016 17:57
Or just run the test with the debugger. That's how I discovered the bug.
Steven Kirk
@grokys
May 01 2016 18:38
just installing xamarin for VS now so i can build the whole thing - it's taking ages :(
Steven Kirk
@grokys
May 01 2016 19:52
still going...
Wiesław Šoltés
@wieslawsoltes
May 01 2016 21:21
Hey @grokys seems like commands are not working for CheckBox and RadioButton control, checked with same command and works with Button.
Steven Kirk
@grokys
May 01 2016 21:34
yeah, i don't think that's implemented yet
in fact, i didn't even know you could do that in WPF
could you add an issue?
Wiesław Šoltés
@wieslawsoltes
May 01 2016 22:01
Yes you can do this in WPF, I will add an issue
Anyway, the CheckBox and RadionButton inherit from Button
maybe the Click event is not wired up
Steven Kirk
@grokys
May 01 2016 23:53
i think that ToggleButton.OnClick just needs to call its base