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[DotGNU]Portable.NET Status 18 Jan 2003

From: Rhys Weatherley
Subject: [DotGNU]Portable.NET Status 18 Jan 2003
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 14:22:14 +1000
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Hi all,

Only a few bits and pieces in pnet from Gopal and I this week.  We resolved 
some assembler issues to help Patrick Pletscher get Oberon.Net working; plus 
fixes to attributes and PInvoke.

Pnetlib has been the main focus this week, with Adam Ballai (minddog) and his 
offsiders pounding through the System.Xml bugs - great work guys!  Some test 
cases from Thong Nguyen for wait events were added.  Jonathan Springer fixed 
some more number formatting/parsing bugs.  Gopal cleaned up various 
interoperability issues, and I've been working on JScript.

The JScript interpreter can now parse and evaluation expressions, but I still 
need to implement function calls and the JScript class library to reach 
ECMAScript 3 compatibility.  Shouldn't be too long now.

After the DotGNU weekly meeting tonight, I'm off to Perth tomorrow for 2003.  I'll be back in Brisbane on the 28th of January.  I hope 
to be in e-mail contact, but won't be able to say for sure until I get there 
what net connectivity will be like.  Gopal should be able to manage any 
emergencies that crop up in the meantime.

For you viewing pleasure, here is a copy of the paper that I'll be presenting 
at the conference next week, written by Gopal and yours truly:

    The Design of the Portable.NET Interpreter

This has also been submitted to .NET Journal, for their upcoming special issue 
on CLI implementations (the March 2003 issue I believe).

Try not to wreck the CVS tree while I'm away ( :-) ), and I'll see you all 
again after I get back.



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