[MonoDevelop] Announcement: First release of C# Bugzilla WebService client (version 0.1.0)
Jacob Ilsø Christensen
jacobilsoe at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 11:38:58 EST 2006
This looks very interesting indeed. Some time ago I thought of
starting a bugzilla add-in for MonoDevelop but did not pursue it
further due to lack of webservice support in bugzilla.
But now we could start an add-in for MonoDevelop using your client. :-)
Do you know of any sites running a version of bugzilla that the add-in
could be tested against?
On 11/28/06, Mads Bondo Dydensborg <mbd at dbc.dk> wrote:
> Hi there
> First of, sorry if this is off-topic - please redirect me to a more appropiate
> forum for announcements, if it is.
> I have released the first version of a C# Bugzilla WebService client library,
> available under LGPL, with a homepage at http://oss.dbc.dk/bugzproxy/ (follow
> links to sourceforge project site for cvs/files)
> Bugzproxy is a client library for the upcoming Bugzilla Bugtracker WebService
> interface (part of Bugzilla 3.0), written in C#, that provides an OO access
> to a Bugzilla server.
> This release is the first release of bugzproxy, and provides support for all
> of the WebService functionality currently included in the Bugzilla CVS HEAD,
> which will become part of the first Bugzilla 3.0 release candicate, expected
> in early december.
> The aim of Bugzproxy is to allow easy building of various clients, such as
> command line tools, and Visual Studio plugins, possibly MonoDevelop plugins,
> that facilitate the integration of a Bugzilla into the various C# tool
> This first release has been built using Mono/Linux, but should easily build on
> Windows. (.exe and .dll files provided, as well as source).
> As the project's aim is to provide an efficient and intuitive OO API, the API
> probably will change in future revisions, but it is our feeling that the
> current API is a good start. It is well documented, and a number of example
> programs are provided. We solicit feedback on the future development of this
> program, and encourage C# developers using the Bugzilla bugtracker software,
> to give it a try.
> P.S. I am not subscribed to the monodevelop-list, so please direct any answer
> directly to me, thanks.
> Mads Bondo Dydensborg mads at dydensborg.dk http://www.madsdydensborg.dk/
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