[Mono-dev] Modifying and compiling mono source code
bosak.tomas at gmail.com
Sat Dec 25 17:40:41 EST 2010
Let's say that I modify mono sources with Visual Studio 2010 on my
Windows machine and I want to test it on linux (with parallel mono
environments) hosted at VPS. Is it normal to just overwrite old dll on
linux machine with a new one copied from Windows?
Wouldn't I be yelled at when I decide to implement something (and then
push it to master) if I, for example, use VS 2010 to modify sources?
On 25 December 2010 22:55, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
> You'll notice some folders contain sln or csproj files, which you can try to
> build with your C# IDE (some of them will require some work to get them to
> build, though, if they haven't been updated in a while).
> Tomi-4 wrote:
>> Hi folks, I want to try modify some part of mono source code and then
>> compile/test only that particular modified part (I don't want to
>> recompile the whole mono project because of some change in one
>> namespace for example). What is the best possible way of doing this?
>> Also what should I do for being included in monologue website?
>> : http://www.go-mono.com/monologue/
>> Mono-devel-list mailing list
>> Mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
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