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Re: [DotGNU]Re: (pnet & pnetlib) info

From: S11001001
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Re: (pnet & pnetlib) info
Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2002 13:08:06 -0500
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Ritchard Nash wrote:
1) What is the pnet compiler status? When do you plan compiler can do a real compile? What parts forms the pnet package?

I suppose you mean of pnetlib...more on that later

2) What is the status of pnetlib ? for pnetlib when i compile with pnet it says that can't do a real compilation ; when i use mstools it give me a **lot** of errors and exits. So i need some help to understand how to contribute to pnetlib without being able to compile the library.

Well, I've done a little pnetlib w/o MS .NET, so I suggest the following:

1. grab yourself a copy of All.xml as described in HACKING.
2. make sure you've got the csdoc2test from the pnet distrib
3. look through for a class or whatnot to contribute. 4. run csdoc2stub -fclass=CLASSNAME path/to/All.xml to get a stubset of the class you want to contrib. 5. check the pnetlib-doc you built w/csdoc2html from All.xml for the class, and see what assembly it goes in: mscorlib, System, System.Xml,... 6. run csdoc2test -fclass=CLASSNAME path/to/All.xml to get a csunit-compatible test case 7. write your class, and test cases for it as described in pnetlib/doc/csunit_howto.html 8. once some of this is ready, come back for more because I have to go to class now. ;)

sorry for the crappy HOWTO, see #8

Stephen Compall
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