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Subject [GitHub] [lucenenet] Shazwazza commented on issue #305: Investigate how we can load external assemblies when running Lucene.Net.Benchmarks on the command line
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2020 11:09:32 GMT

Shazwazza commented on issue #305:

   For netcore this is really easy and you can unload them. In .NET Framework this is more
difficult and you cannot unload them unless you create and destroy custom AppDomains at runtime
which is possible but you cannot flow data between the domains unless you are using string
serialization or remoting (all ugly). In netcore you just use AssemblyLoadContext, there are
samples here (

   But the way benchmarkdotnet works is underneath for the execution it dynamically creates
a netcore project and compiles it with the references that you are telling it to, it then
runs the benchmarks against the compiled .exe output. So by using benchmarkdotnet you are
sort of already loading in external assemblies. It's been a while since I looked but you can
control how benchmarkdotnet builds it's program. 

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