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stifu at free.fr
Mon Mar 21 10:18:37 EDT 2011
I could be wrong, but maybe this wasn't GSoC related at all, and he's just
trying to build some experience.
Still, I agree it wouldn't be useful to the community, so if he wants to
share something back, there are much better subjects.
Alan McGovern wrote:
> 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>
> > 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
> > 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
> > are in the languages.
> > Anyways i still have some testing and commenting to do and I am
> > 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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