[Mono-dev] System.Messaging: Anyone currently working on this?

Atsushi Eno atsushi at ximian.com
Wed Oct 3 06:24:08 EDT 2007


It is great that you are interested in hacking this area :-)

You can start either based on unfinished SoC effort or from
scratch (as you wrote, the existing code is not advanced much).

Also, since System.Messaging.dll is not part of our supported
component, you can directly work with mono svn. IMO even
trunk is still fine (I'll take care of the dll's metadata-wise
mismatch) but you might also want to create your own branch.

(I noticed that the latest data loss disaster at the hosting
service I used also hit my code. So the links at the wiki page
results in 404, but I could restore only the patch from archive.org
and it actually lacked OpenWireBridge.cs, though it should not be
hard to rewrite from scratch.)


Atsushi Eno

M. David Peterson wrote:
> On 9/29/07, *M. David Peterson* <xmlhacker at gmail.com 
> <mailto:xmlhacker at gmail.com>> wrote:
>      I'll run a diff against the two of them and see what I come up with.  
> Doesn't look like much more than the import of the necessary 
> ActiveMQ/OpenWire.NET projects specified in Eno's write up. >  
> http://monoport.com/4842
> If nothing else the GSOC repository seems like a decent place to start 
> compiling and running some tests, so I guess I'll start there.
> -- 
> /M:D
> M. David Peterson
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