[Gtk-sharp-list] About all assemblies

yoros@wanadoo.es yoros@wanadoo.es
Sun, 1 Dec 2002 22:20:20 +0100

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On Sun, Dec 01, 2002 at 04:08:27PM -0500, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> Hello,
> > Since a few days I am learning how to make and build applications with
> > GtkSharp. I have seen that for building these little applications I need
> > to provide reference to the assemblies and in the source code I need to
> > declare the use of Gtk and GtkSharp, I think that with only one
> > namespace included could be better. Other thing that I have to remark is
> > that the name of the assemblies are not the same as the namespaces.
> I also would like to see the *Sharp namespace variants go away, I am not
> sure what they are used for, but it would be easier to have everything
> on the toplevel space.
> About your other question: assemblies can contain code for an arbitrary
> number of namespaces.  They are just deployment units (in fact, maybe we
> should bundle a few of our existing assemblies together, like
> gdk-sharp.dll and gtk-sharp.dll)

Yes, I know that the assemblies can contain a lot of namespaces and they
not need to be named as their namespace. I think that it's better if all
the GTK# bindings were all in the same assemblie (dll) and could make
easier the life of a Gtk# programmer, don't you?

See you,


Pedro Martinez Juli=E1
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