[Mono-list] Collection Classes
Sun, 15 Jul 2001 08:06:16 -0400
On Sun, Jul 15, 2001 at 03:42:18AM -0400, Sean MacIsaac wrote:
> No one is working on Stack, so feel free clean up your code and submit
Sounds good. I'll spend some more time on it tonight and hopefully I'll be
able to send it in on monday.
> As far as making a patch to add Synchronization stubs to ArrayList,
> I would say hold off.
Actually, I meant 'should I put stubs in Stack, or should I wait to submit
until after I impliment the thread safe wrapper?' I can send in a stubbed out
version quickly, but I don't know how long it'll take me to do the thread safe
stuff, as I haven't done anything with the threading support in c# yet.
> We're trying to keep things that are just stubbed out from being put into
> the source tree. Sometimes this has to be done to get things to compile
> together nicely, but we're trying.
In that case, unless someone tells me otherwise, I'll try to get the thread
safe version working before submitting the code.
> If you have
> time to implement the whole thing, you should first contact Vlad at
> email@example.com to make sure he hasn't already started/finished it.
I assume you mean for ArrayList, since Vlad seems to be the person who wrote
it. I'm planning on finishing up Stack and submitting it first, then if
nobody's finished ArrayList I'll probably tackle that next. If it's been done,
I'll find something else to hack on, as there appears to be plenty of
w hangin fruit in System.Collections.
garrett rooney Unix was not designed to stop you from
firstname.lastname@example.org doing stupid things, because that would
http://electricjellyfish.net/ stop you from doing clever things.