Provides an application domain to run the generated transformation class.
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualStudio.TextTemplating.Interfaces.10.0 (in Microsoft.VisualStudio.TextTemplating.Interfaces.10.0.dll)
The host can use the content parameter to provide a specific AppDomain depending on the text template file to be processed. For example, the host could cache an AppDomain if the same text template file is being processed repeatedly. The host can ignore the content parameter if the host does not need the information.
The following code example shows a possible implementation for a custom host. This code example is part of a larger example. For the complete example, see Walkthrough: Creating a Custom Text Template Host.
Public Function ProvideTemplatingAppDomain(ByVal content As String) As System.AppDomain Implements Microsoft.VisualStudio.TextTemplating.ITextTemplatingEngineHost.ProvideTemplatingAppDomain 'this host will provide a new application domain each time the 'engine processes a text template '------------------------------------------------------------- Return AppDomain.CreateDomain("Generation App Domain") 'this could be changed to return the current application domain, but new 'assemblies are loaded into this application domain on a regular basis 'if the application domain lasts too long, it will grow indefintely 'which might be regarded as a leak 'this could be customized to cache the application domain for 'a certain number of text template generations (for example 10) 'this could be customized based on the contents of the text 'template, which are provided as a parameter for that purpose End Function
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