Example #1
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		/// <summary>
		/// Make the root box and initialize it.
		/// </summary>
		public override void MakeRoot()
		{
			CheckDisposed();

			base.MakeRoot();

			IVwRootBox rootb = VwRootBoxClass.Create();
			rootb.SetSite(this);

			m_vc = new RelatedWordsVc(m_wsUser);

			rootb.DataAccess = m_sda;

			m_rootb = rootb;
			m_rootb.SetRootObject(m_hvoRoot, m_vc, RelatedWordsVc.kfragRoot, m_styleSheet);
			m_fRootboxMade = true;
		}
Example #2
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		/// <summary>
		/// Executes in two distinct scenarios.
		///
		/// 1. If disposing is true, the method has been called directly
		/// or indirectly by a user's code via the Dispose method.
		/// Both managed and unmanaged resources can be disposed.
		///
		/// 2. If disposing is false, the method has been called by the
		/// runtime from inside the finalizer and you should not reference (access)
		/// other managed objects, as they already have been garbage collected.
		/// Only unmanaged resources can be disposed.
		/// </summary>
		/// <param name="disposing"></param>
		/// <remarks>
		/// If any exceptions are thrown, that is fine.
		/// If the method is being done in a finalizer, it will be ignored.
		/// If it is thrown by client code calling Dispose,
		/// it needs to be handled by fixing the bug.
		///
		/// If subclasses override this method, they should call the base implementation.
		/// </remarks>
		protected override void Dispose(bool disposing)
		{
			//Debug.WriteLineIf(!disposing, "****************** " + GetType().Name + " 'disposing' is false. ******************");
			// Must not be run more than once.
			if (IsDisposed)
				return;

			base.Dispose(disposing);

			if (disposing)
			{
				// Dispose managed resources here.
				if (m_vc != null)
					m_vc.Dispose();
			}

			// Dispose unmanaged resources here, whether disposing is true or false.
			m_vc = null;
			m_sda = null;
		}