[Mono-dev] mono inlining
Miguel De Icaza
miguel at novell.com
Sat Jan 24 21:40:33 EST 2009
> Who do I contact to get approval for a new assembly?? I'd be willing
> to put
> it in an existing assembly if someone would point out where
> someone from that core team).
New assemblies must be developed on their own module and are not by
default distributed by Mono.
As I explained in another email, new assemblies must go through a
period of time where users find bugs, find design problems, try things
out and so on before we can get those into the distribution.
We have a few exceptions for cases where this is not possible
(Mono.Simd) and we explicitly label the assembly as having an unstable
API until we have sorted out all the kinks. But in general, we do
not like to take over more responsibilities than we already have, so
we tend to ask developers to mature their APIs first.
> Anyway I implemented the patch in a way that will let it will
> gracefully go
> along its business as normal if it can't find the the attribute.
> I considered iterating through the attributes myself... but I decided
> against that because it looked a but tedious.
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