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Re: [DotGNU]pnetlib and the VRS, SEE and other server concepts

From: Paolo Molaro
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]pnetlib and the VRS, SEE and other server concepts
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 16:03:36 +0100
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On 03/20/02 Norbert Bollow wrote:
> Here's a question for Lupus:  Since the plan seems to be for
> DotGNU to use Mono's higher-level C# class libs, how do we
> handle cases where "do the right things" means something
> different in the DotGNU context from what it means in the Mono
> context?

This depends on a lot of things: can the case be abstracted in a
different assembly/class/etc? In that case I suppose we could
separate the functionality in an assembly and dotgnu would use its own
implementation for that.
Or you could change your local copy of the library and pnet will load
that instead of the mono one.

I guess we should coordinate were to put the assemblies. mono
currently puts them all in $prefix/lib, but I'd like to put at least
corlib and the other assemblies that depend on the mono runtime
in $prefix/lib/mono or $prefix/share/mono. I guess assemblies that can
be used both with the mono and pnet runtime can stay in lib or
(better) in share/assemblies so that each runtime can find the
assemblies installed by the other.


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