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Re: [DotGNU]IList.Count problem + webservice API + status page bug

From: Gerard Toonstra
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]IList.Count problem + webservice API + status page bug
Date: 19 Mar 2002 18:32:13 +0000

The real Socket stuff is essentially still missing.

I have been looking into the code and there are many calls and
implementations already, but none that propagate towards the engine so
far (so true socket support is not there yet).

The status page you are looking at is a little bit outdated and is
related to the latest build of the corlib (which was not done using our
pnet tools). The CVS sources are up to date minus a few pending patches.

We are looking into that at the moment and I've determined that one of
my main priorities to get Socket support going. Someone else is active
on proposals for implementation into the engine.

If you do want to help out, please do let me know, so we do not
duplicate effort. Since it is my first priority I am looking into, some
of the files may have been patched that are not yet updated in CVS. We
should be able to distribute development efforts correctly in this case.



On Tue, 2002-03-19 at 18:07, Silvernerd wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I walked into a little problem with the IList interface when programming
> Socket: 
> in Socket.Select there are 3 lists, I need to check if they are empty,
> but IList doesn't support the Count property. The weird thing is that
> in ArrayList the ECMA specs say at the Count property:
> ' [Note: This property is implemented to support the IList interface.]'.
> Does this mean that IList should have a Count property?
> Another question: are there any plans for a webservice API? I mean an
> API that would provide important things like GUI stuff to webservices.
> And last: I believe the pnetlib status pages have a bug in them, all
> classes in the System.Net and System.Net.Sockets namespaces are marked
> as missing while
> about the half of them aren't. Maybe this has something to do with the
> relocation of the System.Net namespace (and some other classes) into
> {pnetlibroot}/System.
> -- 
> Silvernerd (Peter Minten)
> "Using Linux is like walking over a ray of bricks, not as beautiful, but
> a lot more substantial than light."
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