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[DotGNU]lurkers, I need a MakeRelative test

From: S11001001
Subject: [DotGNU]lurkers, I need a MakeRelative test
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 01:29:10 -0500
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Here's another potential task for anyone who needs to get his/her feet wet:

Please write a test for System.Uri.MakeRelative! The code is new, sort of complicated, and we need to start putting together tests for pnetlib anyway.

All contributions will be used to the degree that they don't overlap (and they test something useful).

1. download a copy of the TestUri source file:*checkout*/dotgnu-pnet/pnetlib/tests/System/TestUri.cs?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/plain

2. see the documentation for MakeRelative:

3. read*checkout*/dotgnu-pnet/pnetlib/doc/csunit_howto.html?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/html

4. see the rest of TestUri.cs if you need more examples

5. post something! If you're just writing a test for MakeRelative, don't even bother with all the patch stuff; just post it here. If you're doing something more ambitious, though, you should really use cvs and Rhys's

Stephen Compall
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