Monthly Archives: November 2005

Design Patterns Humor

You owe it to yourself to read Scott Allen’s post Design Patterns: A Love Story.

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NUnit 2.2.3 is out – now works with .NET 2.0

Charlie Poole announced the availability of NUnit 2.2.3: NUnit 2.2.3 is now out. You can get it at our SourceForge site. The release notes are available here. So far, only the .msi file is available. It’s built with VS2003 but, … Continue reading 

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Command-line reference for Post-build events

You can do some pretty nifty things using post-build events. I think there is a lot of untapped power there, though. You have the full capability to use ANYTHING that you can do at the cmd line, although I probably … Continue reading 

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DirectX will throw an InvalidDataException if file is not found

Using Managed DirectX I was getting the following error: An unhandled exception of type ‘Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D.InvalidDataException’ occurred in System.Windows.Forms.dllUnhandled Exception: Error in the application. On a very simple TextureLoader.FromFile(device, filePath) operation. Now an exception like InvalidDataException made me double-check that TextureLoader.FromFile can open … Continue reading 

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PROPFIND request failed when connecting to Subversion using self-issued server certificates

If you get the following error while connecting to Subversion using TortoiseSVN: Error: PROPFIND request failed on ‘/path/to/SVN’  Error: PROPFIND ‘/path/to/SVN': could not connect to server (https://sample.svnserver.domain)  and the Subversion server is using a server certificate from a non-trusted authority (i.e., … Continue reading 

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