[mono-vb] VB.NET Roadmap
Wed, 14 Jul 2004 20:40:20 +0200
Ok, I'll wait with hacking until you've checked in the stuff...
Could you plz notify me when this happens?
Greetz and happy coding,
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> From: B Anirban [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 10:22 AM
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> Subject: Re: [mono-vb] VB.NET Roadmap
> Good to see that people are striving to make mbas a success.
> Manjula has already shared the list of work to do.
> So, lets start with first thing first.
> We should try to finish the 2003 work first before delving into 2005
> > First I'm trying to kill as much bugs as detected by our nunit tests
> > (shame
> > on me I still didn't run the mainsoft test suite to gauge how many
> > things may be broken).
> > Rob could you run the mainsoft suite and post the detailed results,
> > that
> We have done a good amount of testing on the runtime. We also added a
> significant number of test cases to the MainSoft list. We will be
> checking in the whole suite within couple of days to CVS.
> Rob, plz wait till then, before proceeding with your testing to avoid
> any duplication of effort.
> Here are few statistics of the last run of the test case on 30th June.
> Out of 921 test cases 841 passed (91.5% success)
> The result file is attached (in html format).
> We need to make this list 100% bug free.
> We need to finish the pending functionalities of runtime. Whatever is
> left now in runtime may not have a MainSoft implementation for
> everything. But still we need to provide that functionalities. These
> fixes and new implementations has to go to both 1.0 and head.
> This part is critical for Mono VB Compiler's success.
> >Have people been reassigned / busy with other things or something like
> As Rafael already pointed out currently everyone is doing their piece
> of work. We need to identify each ones area of work to make the effort
> more intense.
> Hence guys plz get back to the list with your area of interest.
> Anyone interested in writing/porting a pure VB sample on mbas is also
> Happy Hacking.