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Note: The MMAPI does not specify what units media time correspond to. On BlackBerry devices, each unit of media time is one microsecond. Multiply by 1,000 to convert to milliseconds (useful when comparing to system time), and by 1,000,000 to convert to seconds (useful when showing elapsed play time). No app will need to respond to all the above events, but every app will likely care about at least a few of them. You should just look for the ones you care about and ignore the rest. Be aware that certain media operations might generate a slew of events for example, you might receive a "com.rim.timeUpdate" every second while a stream is playing. Because of this, you may want to avoid actions like logging every event that is passed, because doing so would slow down the operation of your app. Pay particular attention to errors. There is a fundamental difference between transient errors and permanent errors. If media will not play because of a network hiccup or temporary loss of the output device, you may want to retry the operation to save your user the hassle. On the other hand, if the media itself is corrupt or incompatible, you cannot do anything about it. To facilitate more deterministic handling of errors, RIM has decided to use integer values as the ERROR extended message. Table 3-2 shows the currently defined codes and their meaning.
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Packaging code and making it available for people and programs to use is a key part of making the best use of F#. In this book, you ve already seen many of the constructs to help do this: functions, objects, type definitions, modules, namespaces, and assemblies. However, in some cases you ve encountered these only peripherally when using the .NET Base Class Library (BCL). This chapter covers these constructs from the perspective of code organization and packaging. Packaging code has four distinct but related meanings: Organizing code into sensible entities using namespaces, types, and modules. Encapsulating internal data structures and implementation details by making them private. Assembling code and data as a component, which on .NET is called an assembly. An assembly is one or more DLL or EXE packaged together with supporting data as a single logical unit. Deploying one or more assemblies, such as a web application or framework, often with an installer, for use on client machines, on web servers, or for download over the Web.
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When you create an instance of a COM component, you obtain a pointer to an IUnknown interface that acts as the entry point to all interfaces implemented by the component. The QueryInterface method of this interface allows you to get pointers to additional interfaces. Interface pointers in COM are pointers to tables of pointers defining the method s location. The program must know the layout of the table in order to read the desired pointer and invoke the corresponding method. This knowledge can be compiled into the program (interfaces must be known at compile time) or acquired at runtime by accessing component metadata in the form of an interface named IDispatch or a database called type library. Because COM components can be compiled by any compiler supporting the generation of memory layouts compatible with the standard, it s necessary for the client to share the same layout for data structures that must be passed or returned by the component methods. The standard type system for COM, defined in ole.dll, defines a simple and restricted set of types. COM types correspond to the Variant type of Visual Basic and provide only basic types and arrays. For structured types, COM requires a custom marshaller to be developed, but this has been rarely used in components that are widely available. The COM infrastructure provides a memory manager that uses reference counting to automatically free components when they aren t used anymore. Whenever a copy of a pointer to an interface is copied, you must invoke the AddRef method of the IUnknown interface (every interface inherits from IUnknown); and when the pointer is no longer required, you should call the Release method to decrement the counter inside the component. When the counter reaches zero, the component is automatically freed. This strategy of memory management, although more automatic than the traditional malloc/free handling of the heap, has proven to be error prone, because programmers often forget to increment the counter when pointers are copied (risk of dangling pointers) or decrement when a pointer is no longer needed (risk of memory wasted in the garbage). When Microsoft started developing the runtime that has become the CLR, which was destined to replace the COM infrastructure, several design goals addressed common issues of COM development: Memory management: Reference counting has proven to be error prone. A fully automated memory manager was needed to address this issue. Pervasive metadata: The COM type system was incomplete, and the custom marshaller was too restrictive. A more complete and general type system whose description was available at runtime would have eased interoperability. Data and metadata separation: The separation between data and metadata has proven to be fragile because components without their description are useless, and vice versa. A binary format containing both components and their descriptions avoids these issues. Distributed components: DCOM, the distributed COM infrastructure, has proven to be inefficient. The CLR was designed with a distributed memory management approach to reduce the network overhead required to keep remote components alive.
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