[Mono-dev] Mono is VS II
vargaz at gmail.com
Sat Jun 10 15:33:15 EDT 2006
The icall.c changes look ok to me. The Environment.cs change are mostly fine
too, but I think you should put back the NotImplementedExceptions () when
not running on windows instead of returning empty arrays and such.
On 6/9/06, Jonathan S. Chambers <Jonathan.Chambers at ansys.com> wrote:
> Here's a better patch, thanks to robertj. It opens the registry subkey
> in one call instead of 5 for machine level environment variables.
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> > Subject: [Mono-dev] Mono is VS II
> > Here's another patch for building mono in VS. g_unsetenv and g_setenv
> > are not defined in the VS build. Let me know if the #ifdef's could be
> > made better/clearer. I think there was also a minor leak in the icall
> > method; if the user was unsetting an environment variable the method
> > returned without freeing the utf8_name variable.
> > Note the whitespace change at the bottom of Environment.cs is removing
> > spaces from the end of the lines.
> > I also implemented the User and Machine level options for
> > Set/GetEnvironmentVariable using the registry on Windows.
> > Thanks,
> > Jonathan
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