[Mono-list] How I can contribute to code
stifu at free.fr
Mon Jun 3 07:30:10 UTC 2013
Keep in mind that in the sources, you'll find some sln or csproj files that
are outdated and no longer work, sadly. They're not the only way to compile
the sources, so sometimes developers do not keep them in sync (when adding
classes, etc). Personally, I managed to get the Mono WinForms csproj to
work, but I couldn't figure out how to fix it in a clean way, which is why I
didn't submit a fix for it.
Back then, this article helped me get started:
It should still be relevant, except now it's Git and no longer SVN.
> I want to study some bug and fix it.
> I getted from git the source code.
> But I'm searching in the repository for any *.sln file or similar and I
> don't find it.
> I see some csproj files.
> in /mono/mcs I see the mcs.proj file
> But MonoDevelop only opens it as XML file
> Is any tutorial or article about how to start to contribute?
> Anything that explain what archives and IDE should I load?
> Thank you,
> Mono-list maillist -
> Mono-list at .ximian
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