[Mono-list] patch to make IEWebControls TreeView work with IE and opera
Wed, 2 Jun 2004 09:21:59 +1000
Just thought I should mention this,
If there is anyone out there who was previously using the IR =
WebControls, and has not been tainted by their source (e.g. I've only =
ever used the binary distributable while it was available), and is =
interested in working on a free re-implementation of the library please =
let me know.
As I said earlier I started working on re-implementing the assembly off =
the ms docs about it that were online. I've never looked at the acedemic =
(or other) licensed source of the original library and have made =
substantial progress into the TabStrip and MultiPage controls (and all =
the framework classes needed to support it).
I've got it so that the TabStrip renders and operates in down-level =
browser mode properly (i.e. post's back for each tab click) but never =
got round to implementing the platform neutral version of the up-stream =
I've also got the Multipage rendering in down-level browser mode, but =
still need a little more work to hook up the MultiPage control to the =
Most of the work was done on this library over a year ago, but since =
then I've been side tracked with other things both oss (MonoDevelop) and =
personal... Actually mostly personal.
If anyone wants to pick up the code and run with it to complete the =
re-implementation I'd be quite happy to pass it on. I'm open to the kind =
of oss license it is to use also.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org =
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dennis Boylan
Sent: Wednesday, 2 June 2004 5:50 AM
To: Markus Kr=E4utner
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] patch to make IEWebControls TreeView work with =
IE and opera
On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 12:34:57AM +0200, Markus Kr=E4utner wrote:
> I read on the mono web page, I am supposed to post patches to this=20
> so here they are.
> 1. When using the IE WebControls (from M$) with Internet Explorer and=20
> XSP, the HtmlTextWriter does not write end tags it does not know (see=20
> ie.diff patch), so the rendering fails.
> 2. When using the opera browser, it sends "Content-type", instead of=20
> "Content-Type", which causes HttpWorkerRequest and XSP not to =
> it =3D> no events are delivered to asp.net controls (opera*.diff =
It seems that I'm not the only one playing with the IE WebControls. My =
problem is that I haven't figured the right incantations to install it.
mono /usr/bin/gacutil.exe /i ./Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls.dll /f =
/package 1.0 /root /usr/lib
ERROR: assembly has no valid public key token.
I'm trying this because MD (r1664) blows up when it can't find the dll =
on opening a project or in the import of a VS proj.
With each day that I'm playing with mono, it is making more sense and =
> I just have to say this: mono rocks; it gives me asp.net on Linux=20
> is one of the coolest things I saw in the last few years.
I agree, mono rocks. Hopefully I'll be able to finish porting our =
application over to mono.
> Thanks a lot!
> Best Regards,
> Markus Kr=E4utner
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