[Mono-list] Remote Compiling

Bob Smith bob@thestuff.net
Thu, 16 Aug 2001 13:51:28 -0400 (EDT)

Thank you, thank you, thank you. :)
This makes coding so much easier for me.
I really apreciate it.


On Thu, 16 Aug 2001, Derek Holden wrote:

> http://toilet.2y.net:8080/
> Sorry about the hostname, it's an old registered dynamic dns service that a
> friend had setup a while back, and I'm resurrecting it.
> Notes
> This is intended for the people on this list, mainly library developers who
> are working on non windows platforms, but anyone can feel free to check it
> out. If it starts to get abused I'll set up a uid/pw scheme for just people
> who really need it.
> The machine is not that fast. However, it's not hosted on a dial up line,
> should be up 24/7, and seems to compile 2 KLOC files in a few seconds.
> The machine is a standalone server. All it has on it is a web server and the
> .NET Framework. It'd be pointless to hack or break.
> I tested it on Netscape and IE. I made it require an outgoing content type
> of 'text/plain'. On netscape you may need to goto Edit -> Preferences ->
> Applications -> New Type (.cs) -> Mime Type: text/plain and check the box
> for 'use this as outgoing type' or something.
> The two checkboxes are just shortcuts for typical library compiler flags,
> telling it not to warn of duplicate System namespace and not to complain if
> the program is w/o an entry point.
> Right now it lists the uploaded output file as 'temp.cs' in the output (this
> is not the case, it's a random file name but temp.cs looks better than
> 131318y4198end32418.adsm34). If someone w/ more regex skills can tell me in
> C# how to take a string of the form:
>         "C:\Some\Where\Source.cs" or "/home/someone/Source.cs"
> and get "Source.cs" from it, I'd appreciate it and have the output done
> properly off uploaded names.
> Let me know if there are any issues.
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