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Re: [DotGNU]Pnet / C# book?

From: Stephen Compall
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Pnet / C# book?
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 10:59:23 -0600
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Gopal V wrote:
> DotGNU documentation project .... I've started to actually work on
> the compiler than the tutorial ... But well ... I still seem to have
> commit access to dgdp CVS (though the viewcvs fails to show up
> anything).
> All it now has is an excellent explanation of OOP by S11 .... maybe
> someday , I'll get around to writing the intro chapters ...

A couple of weeks ago, I silently upgraded the texinfo.tex in the
pnet-book CVS.  And at the end of October, I rewrote some of this
description, so you may want to have another look.  Not that I'm
arguing with you :)

BTW, I also wrote a "getting pnet" bit.

- --
Stephen Compall
Also known as S11001001
DotGNU `Contributor' --

There are many people who say, "Well, first let's invite people to
join the community, and then let's teach them about freedom." And that
could be a reasonable strategy, but what we have is almost everybody's
inviting people to join the community, and hardly anybody's teaching
them about freedom once they come in...If you think talking about
software freedom is a good strategy, please join in doing step
two. There are plenty working on step one.
        -- RMS, on the Free Software/`Open Source' community

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