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Re: [DotGNU]Platform testers wanted

From: Gopal V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Platform testers wanted
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2003 18:58:19 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Ian Game wrote:
> On running the tests using 'make check' from the pnetlib/tests dir I had 
> several places where there was an uncaught
> ArgumentNullException so I added the appropriate catch for this 
> exception in the test code.

I would like to see the places where that happened ... It just might
be the I18n failing ?

And hmm... since it takes under 1 minute to compile the entire pnetlib,
I wonder if you could recompile and try again.

Also one more interesting point, pnetlib compiled in any platform can
be used in any other platform .... (which is how we seperate the compiler
bugs from runtime bugs)...

This looks like a runtime bug ...

> Have I overlooked something obvious here? 

hehe, nothing that is obvious to me :-) ... Do the pnetlib/samples run 
correctly ? ...

samples$ ./ hello.exe

> Sorry, but this is my first attempt with PNET soplease  bear with me.

You're welcome to bug me :-) ... and between me , rhys and others at least
one of us is awake at one time or other. ("round the globe, round the clock").

For others trying to build pnet , using the "./madcow" script might
help us get a better idea of breaks in the build. That's for the engine
and compiler.

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