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Re: [DotGNU]Re: Contributing

From: Daniel Carrera
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Re: Contributing
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 12:35:55 -0500 (EST)

Perfect, I'll try to make some C# libraries then.  I don't know Java, so
learning C# will take a bit.  However, I certeinly know OOP.


On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Gopal.V wrote:

> If memory serves me right, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> > The dotGNU website says that what's most needed is C# libraries.
> > If it is something that I am capable of, I would like to contribute
> > to that.
>       It's something a guy with avg OOP ideas can do -- especially if
> he knows a bit of Java. The work demands ordinary understanding of
> the concept of classes,methods and the general rules of OO programming.
> The rest of the stuff is trivialy different from Java -- like using
> ":" for subclassing , using Properties with get,set instead of the
> Javabean's public get_<property> & set_<property> methods.
> > How would I go about writing libraries? Are they written in C or C#?
>       The libraries are written in C# (for obvious reasons). For some of
> the libraries some system calls are needed, which are to be implemented
> in C -- but the easy ones are done in that area.
>       The libraries are implemented class by class in the pnetlib part
> of the project. Each class is specified as per ECMA specifications.
> After obtaining the ECMA spec of the class you have chosen, you could
> work on its inner works.
> the pnetlib/HACKING file contains a lot of info about how to start up
> on pnetlib . If you have any doubts mail them to me and I'll clear them
> or fwd tough nuts to Rhys or Peter Minten. Also I'll enter them into a
> sort of FAQ, I'm preparing.
> Gopal.V

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