[Mono-dev] Mono's DateTime not implement same interfaces as .NET

Zacman kriss.sonic at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 05:54:27 EDT 2009

I saw that one, but that's two different subjects. I'm not speaking about
binary serialization or internal implementation, but about the public API
that classes should expose. Today the public API of the DateTime class does
not match .NET one (and bug 325067 is rather about how it works internally).

So DateTime could implement ISerializable the way it wants (either to solve
the bug mentioned or even by doing nothing special to match current
behavior), but it should implement it, no?

Robert Jordan wrote:
> Zacman wrote:
>> Hi,
>> MS .NET implementation of DateTime implements ISerializable, and not
>> Mono.
>> Is it a bug? I didn't find anything in the forum regarding it. Should I
>> open
>> a case in the bugtracker?
> https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=325067
> Robert
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