Francisco T. Martinez
martinf at mfconsulting.com
Sun Aug 13 13:51:39 EDT 2006
Marek Sieradzki wrote:
>I wanted to make some changes in MonoDevelop's prj2make but I saw that
>prj2make is also in Mono. Code is a bit different (one file more in
>mono). Shouldn't the part that can be put into library be a library
>(Mono.Prj2make)? I think that I want to be mantainer of prj2make.
The Prj2make executable found in the tools section of mcs, came first.
My MonoDevelop contributions came later. The changes in MonoDevelop's
prj2make add-in are substantial enough to not be merged back into the
Prj2make executable. This mainly because the needs that the MonoDevelop
Add-in satisfy have now diverged from the original intent of the stand
I am currently working on a re-write of Prj2make to add support for MS
VS2005 C# project types. As I began the re-write I realized that it
would be better to create a different executable than what it exist
today -- I am tentatively calling it Prj2make2005. In this new utility
I will not support VS 2003 files.
As far as you becoming the maintainer for Prj2make, you have my blessing
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