[Mono-devel-list] Call for release notes.

Daniel Morgan danielmorgan at verizon.net
Mon Dec 6 19:54:16 EST 2004

Short Answer:

	I put Mono.Data back into the build for Mono 1.0.x.  I think I put
it back into the build for Mono 1.1.x in a 	previous release.  Updated
the sample xml config file named app.settings

	Updated the sqlsharp command-line tool to load external providers
which are in Mono's GAC.

Long Answer:

	Mono.Data assembly contains a ProviderFactory which does not exist
in .NET 1.0 nor .NET 1.1. One exists in .NET 2.0, 	but Mono.Data will
work with all CLR implementations of .NET and Mono.  Whatever
ProviderFactory / DataSource stuff 	gets put into Mono's 2.0
implementation WOULD BE NICE to be retrofitted back to Mono.Data so we can
have a multi-CLR 	implementation.

	Updated the sample config file named app.settings to be renamed to
your app's name plus .exe.  

	Example: program.exe.config 


	Contrary to what a lot of people think - Mono.Data is NOT obsolete.

	The data providers below are OBSOLETE because they have been
replaced by better providers
	Mono.Data.PostgreSqlClient, Mono.Data.MySql, Mono.Data.DB2Client.

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Subject: [Mono-devel-list] Call for release notes.


    As usual, am asking for help from the developers;   Please send me a
private email with the important changes that you consider must be listed
for the 1.1.x and 1.0.x since the last releases.

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