If I want to submit a patch, should I check out master and make my changes from that?
I'm getting memory errors in visual studio while debugging, I suspect possibly due to an exception being thrown in the bowels of cloo that causes cloo to fail to clean up unsafe memory correctly. Before I spend much time looking for those sorts of errors, though, I want to make sure I'm looking at the latest code.
I'm not sure. I've had so much fun with OS upgrade lately that I'd forgotten to set up git. Give me a couple of minutes.
No rush. I probably won't be able to look into it further until tomorrow anyway.
I've updated the master branch. Make sure you repull the repository because the code for 0.7.0 (about 10 commits including breaking changes) was missing.
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