[Mono-dev] New Mono API status pages.
gert.driesen at telenet.be
Sat Apr 11 04:24:07 EDT 2009
Works fine now using IE8 as well.
I noticed a few important differences compared to the old status pages:
* there's no additional information for warnings
* all members that throw a NotImplementedException are considered as error
while in some cases this is actually the intended behavior (which also
* argument name mismatches are no longer reported (this will become more
important as C# 4.0 now supports named parameters too)
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[mailto:mono-devel-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Gonzalo
Sent: vrijdag 10 april 2009 21:31
To: Eyal Alaluf
Cc: Miguel de Icaza; mono-devel-list
Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] New Mono API status pages.
On Fri, 2009-04-10 at 07:44 -0700, Eyal Alaluf wrote:
> Hi, Miguel.
> I like the visibility this page provides into how close Mono is to the
> target .Net platform in the various configurations.
> I am missing two things - I'd like to know how many symbols are in the
> .Net assembly (to put things in the right perspective), and for some
> reason in my browser (IE 7, white foreground, black background) I see
> only the numbers and only the tooltip says what they mean. It looks like
> I'd think that arranging it in a table or giving titles will make this
> much more readable and easy to use.
It should work fine for IE7 now. Thanks.
About the count... We count anything from an enum field to a class as
one item. For example, if there's a property with a get and set missing,
that counts as 3 missing items (property and 2 methods). For the total
count to make sense we would have to display totals per item type
otherwise we would be giving the same 'weight' to a missing enum value
and a missing .ctor...
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