Daniel P. Berrange
dan at berrange.com
Wed Mar 1 08:47:14 PST 2006
On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 04:05:26PM +0000, Adam Lofts wrote:
> I have recently revived my old mono bindings in order to create a telepathy
>  client in C#. The bindings haven't been tested very much except with
> this. They do support some features the old bindings did not (arrays,
> structs, out parameters) and work with current dbus. Joe Shaw  seemed to
> imply that this alone is enough for them to supersede the old bindings.
> If so, then the bindings split seems a handy time to integrate them. This
> message is basically just to let people know that these bindings are
> available and a snapshot can be found here .
> Also notice that the snapshot is a git repository! This would be my
> preferred method of scm for the bindings.
Since you mentioned SCM....
A couple of weeks back I used Tailor to convert all my open source
projects from CVS over to Mercurial. So if anyone else wants to hack
on the Perl Net::DBus bindings the repository can be accessed anonymously
Since both Git & Mercurial are so similar, I'd go for either of them
in preference to CVS :-)
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