[Mono-list] Composit UI Application Block and Mono

Corbin Hoenes corbinhoenes at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 13:42:46 EST 2007

Scott Guthrie?

I'll put in my word for changing the license to SharedSource but in my
experience Microsoft has never been very good at listening to their forums /
users :)

Do you think that with Novell's recent deal with Microsoft that there could
be some extra leverage to get this to happen?  We've been spending lots of
time on the CAB and I don't know how I built apps without some kind of
plugin/composite framework before.

The other option is to have the MonoDevelop add-in architecture be a
seperate enough that people can build plugin architectures with it rather
than something like CAB.  The nice thing about CAB is ObjectBuilder and it's
dependency injection....

On 1/3/07, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at ximian.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> > :(
> >
> > The old problem of the licenses…
> I once spoke with Scott about this issue (it was related to the license
> chosen for the starter kits) and he said that it was probably an
> oversight and that they would not mind changing the license.
> You could try contacting them and asking them to use the other
> SharedSousrce license that does not include the "Only on Windows"
> clause.
> Miguel
> >
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