[Mono-list] Subversion repository
Mon, 9 Dec 2002 17:41:38 +0100
I've used subversion for SharpDevelop development internally and I
think it is far superior to cvs.
(I really like subversion and would never go back to cvs :) for my
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mattias Asplund" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 11:03 AM
Subject: [Mono-list] Subversion repository
> Hi there,
> I have monitored the development of Mono for a while and
> getting ready to help. I will deliver a 5 week course
> on .NET development on Linux at the Royal Institute of
> Technology in Sweden, starting in september 2003.
> I suggest getting the Mono sources into a Subversion
> repository to make contributing to the project easier and
> more effective.
> Also, what would you think of creating a web site that cross-
> reference Mono's sources, like the Linux Cross Reference
> Even better would be to create a web site that integrates
> and cross references the sources from the best Open
> Source .NET projects available, like SharpDevelop, NUnit,
> NAnt, NDoc and, of course, Mono. This is what the Apache
> Group has done in the Alexandria project, where lots of
> different Java projects are integrated and cross-referenced
> from a single web site.
> By making all these Open Source projects easily viewable and
> accessible I think developers, like myself, would be able to
> come up with abstractions that could lead to less source
> code, more reuse and higher efficiency between and across
> different software projects.
> What do you think?
> / Mattias Asplund
> Asplund Software
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