While this behavior is intentional to improve performance, development experience has demonstrated that a more explicit distinction is required between creating a fast-but-uninitialized Buffer versus creating a slower-but-safer Buffer. Best, Akos Akos SomorjaiGraphisoftJoined: 26 May 2004Posts: 138Location: Budapest Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 1:10 pm Post subject: Re: Blank Add On for AC19 / DevKit19 Gill Gonnissen wrote: Hi, I’ve noticed that in the BlankAddOn the .grc file isn’t entirely correct. You may also add a Make.mac and a Make.win folder for the project files. However, in the case where a developer may need to retain a small chunk of memory from a pool for an indeterminate amount of time, it may be appropriate to create an un-pooled Buffer instance using Buffer.allocUnsafeSlow() then copy out the relevant bits. TypeTo do this/cStarts a new instance of Word and then invokes NetMeeting. /qStarts Word without displaying the Word splash screen. /rStarts Word, starts Setup, makes changes in the Windows registry, and then quits. Taking performance to the edge means not only delivering maximum protection but pushing the limits beyond what you thought was possible in a tactical vest.