[Mono-dev] [PATCH] ParallelFx initial code drop

Alan McGovern alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 16:09:40 EDT 2009


On 28 Jul 2009, at 18:36, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com> wrote:

> Hello Jérémie,
>    Why are the files in System.Core, could we not put the files in
> their final location (which seems to be mscorlib) from the start?

Fromyalkibg to jeremie earlier, i think it's partially because of  
legacy reasons. Some of the parallel fx files already exist in that  
location and it'd be a pain to move them all to the 'correct' location  


>> Miguel seems to have the same idea as me apart that I commit the new
>> types directly instead of providing a patch.
> The new types can be added directly to SVN, and we can review them
> asynchronously;   Since you "own" the feature, there is no need to  
> do a
> review since it is not going to touch code that already exists.
> The only review that we need is for cases where you touch an existing
> class, modify an existing class, or provide your own class, or modify
> the behavior of an existing class.
> So I say: start committing the code to the real location (mscorlib)  
> and
> adding it to the build as long as it does not modify existing code.
> For anything that modifies existing code, post a patch for discussion.
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