SciChart WPF SDK (2D 3D) Enterprise V6.0.1.12967 [REPACK]

SciChart WPF SDK (2D 3D) Enterprise V6.0.1.12967 [REPACK]

SciChart WPF SDK (2D 3D) Enterprise V6.0.1.12967 [REPACK]


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SciChart WPF SDK (2D 3D) Enterprise V6.0.1.12967

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It’s the language definition, not the language itself.
I have no idea what you are talking about.
If you want to install the WPF language, I will tell you.
Go to the VS2017 installer -> Options -> Compiler -> Install

You will see the other languages and can also install them.


Why does the “primary” scope have a different start time than the “non-primary” scope?

If I have a non-primary scope like $, I can set a timeout on the $watch like
$scope.$watch(‘bar’, function(newValue, oldValue, scope) {


And that watch will kick in when I access the bar property, and probably if I update the property.
When I set a timeout on a primary scope like
$scope.$watch(‘foo’, function(newValue, oldValue, scope) {


I can access the foo property and update it, but the $watch never fires to watch that property.
If I add a $watch on bar I can access that property.
What’s going on?
Why does a primary $watch start later than a non-primary scope $watch, even though an identity comparison should always be true?


Here is the $digest cycle:

Scope 1 $digest cycle

Scope 1 and Scope 2 $digest cycles are always run in strict order, that is first Scope 1, then Scope 2, then Scope 1 again, then Scope 2 again, etc. In rare cases when $digest cycles run simultaneously, the order is undefined.

Scope 1 $digest cycle:

Scope 1 (transient) watches are created

bar: […]
foo: […]

Scope 2 $digest cycle:

Scope 1 $digest cycle:

All Scope 1 watches that have been created in the scope are removed

bar: […]

The above exception was logged when an unhandled exception is thrown
during the execution of a directive.

For more information see the $digest Life Cycle section on Angularjs official website

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