[Mono-dev] Using Mono.Options in MS.NET
Miguel de Icaza
miguel at novell.com
Thu Oct 16 20:33:37 EDT 2008
> Now that Mono.Options is included in Mono 2.2, will it still be
> available separately? If not, it will be hard to build
> Windows-compatible programs that use it, unless people go digging
> throug the mono sources and extracting the libraries they like. I
> think it might be helpful to separate "mono libraries that add
> functionality to any .Net application" and "mono libraries that
> implement the MS class library" into two different projects.
> Am I missing something?
You can always pull the code using the AnonSVN user interface from the
web, it can produce tarballs of just the things that you need.
Our todo list includes "Make it easier to release components
independently", would love to do it, we just need the spare cycles to
make it happen in a general way for everything that we need.
I think the tarball solution is pretty good, and we could just bundle
solutions or files for the more complicated modules (Mono.Options is
really easy to use).
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