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Thu, 19 Sep 2002 11:10:23 +1000
Gopal V wrote:
> Well the compiler has got to the bleeding edge right now ... I'm
> able to do a compile of System.dll with the exception of the reported
> bugs (Compiler Issues:* in Savannah) .
I'm rounding out the attribute support, and then will bang
through the Savannah bugs.
> But the issue here is testing against this System.dll ... To test for your
> hacks . Put System.dll into some directory and copy the mscorlib.dll from
> pnet/samples to that dir , not cat /dev/null > pnetlib.here in that dir.
Once a few more compiler bugs have been fixed, it should be
possible to turn on normal compiles for everything except the
"mscorlib" assembly. Then we'll be able to do live testing
of "System". I will modify the pnetlib build system to do
this when the time comes.
For the time being, testing is easier but still requires you
to hold your mouth in the right place.