[Mono-dev] Developing Mono
monoforum at my2cents.co.uk
Wed May 14 07:37:25 UTC 2014
As always, I'm sure we're all thankful for your work. I'm watching your
repeat build thread which I'm assuming is the one you're referring to.
Please don't hesitate to ask me if there is anything at all I can do to
help move things along. I can do a fair bit with C#, but beyond that, my
skills are limited.
Thanks again, I'll be giving the other suggestions in this thread ago later
(in my copious amount of spare time ;-))
On 14 May 2014 04:36, "Miguel de Icaza" <miguel at xamarin.com> wrote:
> Hello Martin,
> The solution files that we have on the tree have not really been tested.
> I am currently working on fixing a few fundamental bugs in our build
> system and once I do that, I should be able to get solution files that work
> with MonoDevelop or Visual Studio to work.
> Sadly, I have very little time, but I will try to finish it this week.
> On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 6:55 PM, Martin Thwaites <monoforum at my2cents.co.uk
> > wrote:
>> So I've given in, and I'm now looking at using linux (ubuntu 14.04) to
>> try and add some things to mono.
>> I have the same issues with loading the net_4_5.sln file in MD as I do in
>> VS, in that it won't compile. I'm assuming that the solution itself is
>> just broken.
>> The main issue though is I've not found anything that could show me some
>> simple steps to how I should go about building and running tests.
>> I try to read through the pull requests that go on so I see if there is
>> anything of interest to me. I've seen from the comments in these that what
>> I need to do is create a test that passes on .NET, and fails on mono, then
>> fix the code to make the test pass. This seems like a simple concept,
>> however, what steps should I take to do that.
>> What I thought was that I could create a dummy project in visual studio
>> and paste the test in, see if it works, then run it on MD in linux. This
>> doesn't seem like the best approach to me.
>> So my question, what is the generally accepted way to create tests for
>> Thanks in advance
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