[Mono-list] Re: Mono-list digest, Vol 1 #2103 - 13 msgs
Sat, 23 Oct 2004 08:56:27 -0600
I have begun porting the Issue Tracker to PosgreSQL and Mono. Right now,
I'm trying to get the DB scripts ported first. I have the table
creation ported alreay, and am working on the functions/procedures
I'll probably try to creat a project on NovellForge for it early
next week once I get the DB scripts done and the code organized
for use in MonoDevelop.
If anyone want's to help out just drop me an email.
On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 16:35 -0600, Jim Ray wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 17:12 -0500, Joseph Hill wrote:
> > Hi Jim,
> > I ported a few of the applications (IBuySpy and the Asp.Net Forums) from
> > www.asp.net over to Mono / PostgreSQL. You can check them out and
> > download the source over at www.gotmono.net
> > If you are going to port any of the starter kits over, you many find these
> > notes I made about the porting process for IBuySpy useful:
> > http://www.arcfocus.com/arcfocus/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabindex=3&tabid=5
> Thanks for the tips on the other locations and these notes. I'm sure
> they will help immensely
> > I would think that the process would be very analogous for porting "The
> > Community Starter Kit". I haven't looked too deeply at porting the
> > others; however, I would point out that the Time Tracker app varies from
> > the others in at least as much as it only supports Windows authentication
> > by default. The Issue Tracker looks like a very interesting (and probably
> > useful) candidate.
> The main reason I was interested in the Time Tracker is it was something
> I was going to do anyway. But I need to do both at some point.
> > If you need any help in the process, let me know, I'd be happy to lend a
> > hand (particularly on the PostgreSQL porting side of things).
> I'm more of a PostgreSQL guy myself, so I'll probably want to do
> that first instead of MySQL.
> > Also, I know we'd love to add some more of these kinds of projects to the
> > list over at GotMono.
> I'll probably setup an account on Novell Forge here soon for it. I
> just can't stand not having version control.
> Thanks. I was looking through some of these apps, I may use BlogX.
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