[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: tls,
native TLS/SSL protocol implementation
malcolm.wallace at me.com
Sat Oct 9 09:17:08 EDT 2010
On 8 Oct 2010, at 16:56, Donn Cave wrote:
> wikipedia: "Managed code is a differentiation coined by Microsoft to
> identify computer program code that requires and will only execute
> under the "management" of a Common Language Runtime virtual machine
> (resulting in Bytecode)."
> In other words, a new way to say `interpreted',
I believe the wikipedia description is misleading. The difference
between "managed" and "unmanaged" code is that the former is garbage-
collected (i.e. free of memory freeing errors), whilst the latter is
responsible for its own memory behaviour.
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