[Mono-list] Re: [Mono-list] Which C# libraries are ISO standards?

Brandon J. Van Every vanevery@indiegamedesign.com
Thu, 29 Jan 2004 12:37:21 -0800

> > The only thing a curious .NET platform user needs to do is to
> > write a simple XSLT stylesheet that extracts exactly those
> > thing he needs :)
> I do not know how to do that.  Has someone done it already?

It turns out to be unnecessary for my purposes.  One can simply Find the
name of whatever library one cares about.  To summarize instructions:

- grab
- unpack it somewhere
- open All.xml with a text editor.  Wordpad works, so does Visual
- change the path
<!DOCTYPE Libraries SYSTEM "E:\Std\Ecma\TC39\TG3-CLI\JTC 1 Fast
Track\Final Text\All.dtd">
<!DOCTYPE Libraries SYSTEM "All.dtd">
- open All.xml in something that understands XML.  IE6 or Visual Studio
will do.
  Note that it may take a long time for the file to load.  It's 6.5MB of
XML and
  apparently that's a choker in XML-land.
- use your favorite Find tool to identify libraries you care about.

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