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Re: [DotGNU]System.ComponentModel stubbing

From: Ian Fung
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]System.ComponentModel stubbing
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2002 15:59:00 -0500

i guess i'm one of the three people that is helping with this namespace. i am new at hacking pnetlib so i dont really know where to start. i was just going to start hacking the classes in alphabetical order which i know its probably not a good idea. if you have a better idea and want to delegate, let me know.


On Thursday, December 26, 2002, at 02:44 AM, Gopal V wrote:

If memory serves me right, Gopal V wrote:
So I'm going to stub out all the classes in the System.ComponentModel
namespace, and commit it to pnetlib/System/ComponentModel tonight.

Commited these following files ...

BaseNumberConverter.cs CancelEventArgs.cs CancelEventHandler.cs
CollectionChangeEventArgs.cs CollectionChangeEventHandler.cs
Component.cs Container.cs DesignOnlyAttribute.cs DesignTimeVisibleAttribute.cs
DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttribute.cs EditorAttribute.cs
EditorBrowsableAttribute.cs EnumConverter.cs ExpandableObjectConverter.cs
ICustomTypeDescriptor.cs IDataErrorInfo.cs IEditableObject.cs
IExtenderProvider.cs IListSource.cs ISupportInitialize.cs
ISynchronizeInvoke.cs ITypedList.cs Int32Converter.cs
InvalidEnumArgumentException.cs ListBindableAttribute.cs
ListChangedEventArgs.cs ListChangedEventHandler.cs LocalizableAttribute.cs
NotifyParentPropertyAttribute.cs PropertyChangedEventArgs.cs
PropertyChangedEventHandler.cs ReadOnlyAttribute.cs
RecommendedAsConfigurableAttribute.cs RefreshEventArgs.cs
RefreshEventHandler.cs RefreshPropertiesAttribute.cs StringConverter.cs
ToolboxItemAttribute.cs TypeDescriptor.cs WarningException.cs

To CVS today ....

The delegates and the interfaces are complete except for some attributes like [ComVisible] or [Serializable] needed , the rest is for the hacking...

So the volunteers should start out on the Attributes first to take it
easy , IMHO ... And please inform the list about the part you're working

And if I've made any sensational blunders in that code , feel free to
correct me...

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