.Net Core 2.0: first step to GC customization

.Net Core 2.0 have a new interesting feature: the ability to customize GC. It’s not already in standard version, we must compiled a custom CoreCLR version but it’s in source code now!

This post describes how to build a GC version doing nothing (ie with no garbage collection at all). This can be used in very specific apps and as the first step to a custom GC.

Yet another proof that .Net Core is moving in the right  direction.

Zero Garbage Collector for .NET Core – TooSlowException


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