Monthly Archives: July 2010

On the Importance of Coverage Profiling

Coverage profiling allows you to see which parts of the code have been run and are especially useful when unit-testing. Here’s an anecdote to show just how important they can be.

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Socks 5: Continuing on Debian

In this installment, we will be starting an implementation of the same factory we started with SSPI, but using GSS-API. We’ll be doing this one a vanilla Debian-Lenny system, with one caveat: we’ll be using our own compiled version of … Continue reading

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Socks 5: Expanding the factory

In this installment, we will expand the MechanismFactory class for SSPI. We will take a slightly closer look at the SSPI call than we would normally do, and we will also take a look at the Unicode/”ANSI” differences on Windows. … Continue reading

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