[Mono-dev] Contributing Code for ObservableCollection

Alan McGovern alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Sat Nov 1 19:59:13 EDT 2008


Read here: http://www.mono-project.com/Contributing and also here

Though my word is most definitely *not* the final word in any discussion, I
will say that if the code isn't covered by NUnit tests, it won't be
committed ;) So just ensure that for every method you've implemented, there
are one or more tests for it. From your email, it looks like you've already
done this, which is great!

Also, just to verify, do all the tests pass when run under both the MS
framework and mono?


2008/11/1 Brian O'Keefe <zer0keefie at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> I've been following the Mono project for a while, and had some free time,
> so I figured I'd use some of that time to contribute.  I've used the
> ObservableCollection class frequently
> (WindowsBase>System.Collections.Specialized.ObservableCollection) and
> noticed that it wasn't implemented in Mono.  This seemed like a fairly
> simple class to implement, so I thought I'd start there.  I have some code
> for ObservableCollection and its backing infrastructure (the
> NotifyCollectionChanged* classes) and matching test cases.
> What would be the best way to contribute the changes I made?  There are six
> modified files and three test case files.
> ~Brian
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