[Fwd: [Mono-list] sqlsharpgtk patches - (gtk-sharp 0.17, editor, open reader)]

Francisco T. Martinez martinf@mfconsulting.com
Fri, 26 Mar 2004 18:47:27 -0600


There doesn't seem to be any overlap between the changes I proposed and 
the ones included with your most recent posting..  I will look at  files 
you have included to try to see if I can apply them and maybe we can 
consolidate all of these modifications for the time being.

I don't think that there is a product defined in the bug database for 
sqlsharpgtk.  I did some searching myself to see if the patches I was 
submitting could correct an existing bug, but I did not find a match for 
the product.

As I stated in some earlier postings to the mailing list, I have a 
personal interest and vision for sqlsharpgtk.  I have recently 
corresponded with the Mono developer that has been taking care of this 
module and he says that he will welcome patches.


Gonia Eric - egonia wrote:

>Here are also some patches for sqlsharpgtk that I sent in Febuary. They
>were not applied and I did not receive feedback on them. Please advise
>as to what I should do differently to submit patches. Should I file a
>bug report first, and then attach the patches?
>The patch for gtk-sharp 0.17 probably overlaps the one sent by
>Francisco. Ignore this one for now.
>-----Forwarded Message-----
>From: Gonia Eric - egonia <egonia@mail15.com>
>To: mono-list@lists.ximian.com
>Subject: [Mono-list] sqlsharpgtk patches - (gtk-sharp 0.17, editor, open reader)
>Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 15:07:58 -0600
>Attached are three patches for sqlsharpgtk. I am guessing this would be
>the list to post these to instead of mono-devel since they are dealing
>with a tool and not directly with mono.
>Upgrade to gtk-sharp 0.17
>Fix problem with returns at the end of a line in the Sql Editor.
>Fix highlight and type over problem.
>Fix reader left open after update sql statements run.
>This is my first time to contribute changes back to an open source
>project so it is very possible I have done this wrong, so please feel
>free to correct me or provide suggestions on how to submit or create
>these in the future.
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