[Mono-list] I'm Confused... when is a class really 'Completed'?
Burton M. Strauss III
Wed, 7 May 2003 14:53:44 -0500
First off, I appreciate the info, but that's not really a usable answer...
mono has enough 'stuff' that it's possible to write real-world, usable
programs. As long as you stay inside the working stuff. What isn't
real-world is telling me to research the source for every class I want to
use a priori (a huge task), which is only slightly worse than finding out
half way into coding that I can't do something the way I expected to be able
An important part of being able to use mono is the home page's "List of
However that is generated, yeah, it's probably really, really important to
tag the broken / unimplemented code so the list is right...
From: Jaime Anguiano Olarra [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 2:34 PM
To: Burton M. Strauss III
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] I'm Confused... when is a class really
Sorry. When some time ago I was trying the Thread class I found that
some of those methods (in particular Resume and Suspend) weren't
behaving as they should (I spent a lot of time debugging not buggy
threading code :-)). So I added those messages and exceptions but I did
anything else. Maybe I should have added a [MonoTODO] before the method
The only answer I can give you is... look at the sources whenever you
think the class is not doing what it should.
On Wed, 2003-05-07 at 21:23, Burton M. Strauss III wrote:
> The http://www.go-mono.com/class-status-System.html page indicates that
> System.Threading: is 100% complete.
> However, when attempting to run that code, I get a warning message
> WARNING: Thread.Suspend () partially implemented
> Looking on the web, this
> ml, shows the patch to output the warning:
> @@ -425,6 +425,7 @@
> // FIXME - somehow let the interpreter know that
> // this thread should now suspend
> + Console.WriteLine ("WARNING: Thread.Suspend () partially
> // Closes the system thread handle
> But now I'm confused.
> 1. What does 100% Completed really mean
> 2. How can I find out what parts of 'the mono system' are really
> enough to use?
> Mono-list maillist - Monofirstname.lastname@example.org
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