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[DotGNU]Moving C# code from pnet to pnetlib

From: Rhys Weatherley
Subject: [DotGNU]Moving C# code from pnet to pnetlib
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 15:23:03 +1000

Hi All,

Until now, we've always distributed pre-built library assemblies
in "pnet/samples", to compile and link the samples, csunit, and
csupport, prior to building pnetlib.

For version 0.5.0, I'd like to move to a pure "built from sources"
system that contains no pre-built binaries.  This will require
moving all C# code out of pnet and into pnetlib.

It is currently possible to build completely from source, but it
needs to be done in two passes: build most of pnet, then most
of pnetlib, then the rest of pnet, and then the rest of pnetlib.

Some of the other components, such as pnetmark, pnetC, and dotgnu-libs,
will need modifications to their build systems to look for assemblies
and tools in different locations.

Does anyone have any objections to me making such a change in CVS
sometime this week or next?



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