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11th August 2007, 21:40
I read some paper on .net and clr regards managed code; I can notice 2 different types: type value (allocate on the stack) and reference type (objects). allocate on the managed heap. It seems to me .NET team work a lot on this thing (and it introduced managed c++; This I think to have the potentiality garbage collector join to potentialityof c++).
But my question is: If I want allocate Objects on the stackinstead on managed heap (i.e. change the CLR features), what changes Do I have to do on memory management or on other? Do anyone around the world thoght to this solution? Any suggests or link?

12th August 2007, 22:23
ok maybe the question was vague. Indeed, Do anyone know if there are other runtime (eg mono???) that work on allocation in a .NET different way ? And wich?