[Mono-dev] Microsoft.TeamFoundation APIs
charlie at nunit.com
Sun Dec 17 15:02:14 EST 2006
Separate from the question of where this belongs and how it relates
to Mono, I'd love to have a way to access the Microsoft CodePlex
repositories that doesn't involve use of TFS.
Any thoughts of working on the Microsoft unit test APIs? There's
a work in progress to allow NUnit to run those tests, but it
requires a copy of the Microsoft dlls to do it. Removing that
limitation would be quite powerful.
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> [mailto:mono-devel-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf
> Of joel reed
> Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 7:09 PM
> To: mono-devel
> Subject: [Mono-dev] Microsoft.TeamFoundation APIs
> I've been working on implementing the Team Foundation Server
> APIs and currently have partial implementations of about 45
> classes. I'm currently working on the test suite and fixing
> bugs, comparing the test suite output against my
> implementation and MS's. As part of this work, I also have a
> tfs.exe utility that can display all the projects in a
> repository and download all the files in any particular project.
> These are the namespaces I've been working on:
> I've been working on this within the context of the mono olive tree.
> That is, I've added all my code to this tree locally, and
> integrated it into the build system.
> Is the olive project the right place for an implementation of
> the the Team Foundation Server APIs? Or the mono project? Or
> just a separate sourceforge project? Just looking for some
> guidance here.
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