[Mono-list] Monodoc online editor/browser
José A. Salvador Vanaclocha
joansava at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 06:27:06 EDT 2008
I did a quick read on the link you have send.
If I have understand well. You are trying to build a persistence's
layer to treat objects as objects regardless database.
For sure you know the ORM concept (Object Relational Mapping). There
are a great variety of this frameworks which resolves the work you on.
I invite you to give a chance to NHibernate framework.
It may be the tool you want. It can be configured through attributes
rather than xml config files.
sorry for my bad english.
2008/4/21, mandel at themacaque.com <mandel at themacaque.com>:
> That is amazing!!! We are a group of developers that have started
> developing a "different CMS" using mono. We have taking a very
> different approach and we were looking for such a lib. On top of that
> we have develop an API to access different DBMS in an oo way with no
> configuration files.
> We want to release all our work open source and it would be awesome if
> we can collaborate in some way.
> Currently we have not released nothing yet, although you can see a
> small example of how to design objects to be stored in a database here:
> Documentation is not yet complete (that why we need the monodoc tool :) ).
> Is there anyway you could add some kind of versioning. Let registered
> users edit the documentation but keeping the older copy in case the
> change was not adequate? what about adding a diff tool?
> Let me know if we can help you in anything.
> Quoting Ben Joldersma <ben at skullsquad.com>:
> > Mandel,
> > Glad you like it :)
> > I met Eric (firerabbit?) on Friday, and he has started a similar project.
> > I'm going to take a look at integrating the two projects, he mentioned at
> > least two cool features of his work, that it reads the assembled zip files,
> > and syncs the tree (and maybe has search indexing?) Let me know if there's
> > anything else you'd like to see go into it.
> > EmergeTk is a web building toolkit I've been working on for the last few
> > years. I'll send out a note when we get the new release out, and the site
> > up, so you can see tutorials and stuff.
> > Here is anon svn info:
> > get these two projects.
> > https://skullsquad.com/svn/emergeTk/emergeTk/trunk
> > https://skullsquad.com/svn/monodoconline
> > If you have some trouble building, maybe we can get on IRC and take a look.
> > My brother is putting together some tutorials on getting the projects
> > running, but we aren't quite there yet :)
> > best,
> > --ben
> > On Sun, Apr 20, 2008 at 9:39 AM, <mandel at themacaque.com> wrote:
> >> Quoting Ben Joldersma <ben at skullsquad.com>:
> >> Folks,
> >> >
> >> > I made an online monodoc editor/browser using emergetk (and mono, xsp2,
> >> > mysql, ...) Parses the generated xml files, not the assembled objects.
> >> > It's pretty quick to edit, if you want to try, you can use editor/editor
> >> > for
> >> > username & password.
> >> >
> >> > http://doc.emergetk.skullsquad.com
> >> >
> >> > If there is any interest in the source files, let me know and I'm happy
> >> > to
> >> > post an archive. I'm also going to ship it as a sample for our upcoming
> >> > release of emergetk.
> >> >
> >> > best,
> >> >
> >> > --
> >> > ben joldersma
> >> > software architect
> >> > http://skullsquad.com
> >> > [o]: 206.973.8003
> >> > [c]: 206.349.2852
> >> >
> >> >
> >> Hi,
> >> That is awesome, is there anyway I could get the code to play around with
> >> it?? I've been looking for such a solution and I did not like the current
> >> APS app or monodoc2html.
> >> One other question, what is emergetk??
> >> Regards Manuel
> > --
> > ben joldersma
> > software architect
> > http://skullsquad.com
> > [o]: 206.973.8003
> > [c]: 206.349.2852
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