[Mono-dev] (no subject)

Alan alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 09:58:17 EDT 2011


If I understand you correctly you wish to take some existing classes
from the core Java framework and simply re-implement them in C# even
if similar classes already exist in the .NET framework. If so this is
definitely not something that would qualify as a GSoC project as it
would provide no benefit to anyone. A better task would be to take
some unimplemented or poorly implemented APIs and either implementing
or improving them as appropriate. Alternatively you could look at our
list of available projects.


On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 8:21 PM, Adam Balan <a-kyle at hotmail.com> wrote:
>  I am a novice to c# so  I thought I would convert the java core writer and
> reader and there associated class files to c# to learn about  interfaces,
> class files, constructing methods and more.
> I understand that c# has such class files already but I wanted to know what
> it would be like to convert java to c# and see where the core differences
> are in the languages.
> Anyways i still have some testing and commenting to do and I am wondering
> what this communities policies are if I wanted to share this under the same
> license as the java license with the community.
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