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.NET Base Class Library at QC Platform

Which version of .net base class library QC supports, I was unable to resolve concurrentstack, part of .net 4.0+. Also I am wondering is there a performance benefit of writing multithreaded method for processor intensive calculations upon OnData event?
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We can add in references as required as long as its supported by Mono (Concurrent Stack is supported). Just add reference to it in the top of your file "using System.Collections.Concurrent"

There may be a little improvement but we're already multi-threaded I wouldn't expect more than 10-20% gains. Please report your findings :)
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