In case you can’t remember the full list yourself (I know I can’t!), you can get a listing via chrome://about/
From there, you can see the others
The async ‘modifier’ is just there to let the compiler know how to interpret your method contents. It’s not a ‘real’ modifier like public, private, abstract, override, new, etc.
Over the weekend, saw a thread on StackOverflow where the person asking the question seemed to think that having a method use async/await affected the class hierarchy such that all subclasses had to use it too. That’s not the case at all – the actual compiled results is a transformed version, of course, but more importantly, it’s still a ‘regular’ task.
Maybe it’s a couple votes from hung over people, but otherwise it looks like at least 2 people believe that today’s build (presumably, fixes made during Saturday?) is magically delicious! 🙂
Not the first time I’ve seen it, but it is the first time I’ve seen it affect JetBrains’ own YouTrack install. 🙂
Looks like RC (or whatever) bits are available with a product update:
The problem? Clicking the Update button takes you to a url that doesn’t work outside of Microsoft’s internal network 🙂 Oops!
[EDIT] forgot to point out that I already have 11.0.50323 installed (the .1 build, even later than .0), so I’m guessing this is part of an initial hiccup in trying to push out a newer change. Either that or some broken version checking logic that happened to kick in today. 🙂
I can send an IP packet to Europe faster than I can send a pixel to the screen. How f’d up is that?
Someone asks about it:
Then it gets back to him, he creates an account (rounding error for ‘2 days’) and answers. I’m not going to paste any of his answer here – go read it yourself!
It’s been a long time since I’ve had any kind of interaction with him, but this is Classic Carmack. 🙂
It’s also amusing to see his stats on the site after only answering a single question. 🙂