[mono-vb] Contributing Microsoft Sync Framework
quandary82 at hailmail.net
Wed Jun 2 15:20:21 EDT 2010
It already is .NET 2.0, I am very well aware of the programs (even
windows ones) that don't yet work with .NET > 2.0. And I'll certainly
check whether everything works & compiles on Linux with mono.
About the script, my Linux server is console only, so I'll certainly
write a script when I start to deploy it there, to do differential
backups; if you absolutely want one immediately, I can quickly modify an
old C++ makefile of mine.
Right now, I've added the NUnit unittest framework for unit-tests, and
migrated the VB stuff to C#.
I'll make the mono project when I migrate what I've done 'till Sunday
and put it on my old laptop.
I'll add a blog/forum/mailinglist etc. as soon as I've got the virtual
host up and running.
If you already plan to use the Sync framework application, you could
prepare a small working sample application, preferably console, that
uses the functionality you want to use, so I can implement that before I
do the rest [of course I'll take care of my own priorities first ;-) ].
On 06/02/2010 01:28 PM, Lennie De Villiers wrote:
> Note that its always good to have unit tests especially since you can
> have a build server etc.
> I suggest that you use the VB.Net 2010 IDE but you need to target .Net
> framework 2.0 and also compile (maybe with a script) with mono-vb to
> make sure it does work.
> Kind Regards,
> Lennie De Villiers
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