Category Archives: mono

Gotta’ get ‘em all.

And now I have them all. Maybe I can reduce the load on my wan pipe by setting up a mirror for the island.

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Hey, look. I got mcs to github before Miguel

http://github.com/cjac/mcs I’m also hosting it on my own not-as-l33t git repo: http://git.colliertech.org/?p=mcs.git;a=summary Does this mean that I get a “cooler than Miguel” tee shirt?

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GSoC 2010

Earlier this month, I applied to the Mono Project (and the University of Washington, and Ubuntu, and Debian, and The Perl Foundation) requesting a mentor to get Perl6 hosted on the DLR. Last Tuesday, Miguel contacted me and asked that … Continue reading

Posted in c#, CLI, compiler, debian, DLR, Free Software, git, GSoC, irc, mono, perl, Software, ubuntu, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo | 2 Comments

Getting started with gtk♯

This is a quick tutorial for getting a first gtk-sharp app up and going. Install MonoDevelop $ sudo apt-get install monodevelop libgtk2.0-cil-dev Start MonoDevelop It’ll be in your GNOME application menu under Applications->Programming->MonoDevelop Create a new Gtk# Project Run project … Continue reading

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dlr-languages 20090805+git.e6b28d27+dfsg-1 in squeeze, -2 uploaded, nearly in lucid

Yay! The dlr-languages package has been migrated to testing, which means that it will be included in squeeze, the next release of Debian. Jo has uploaded the -2 version and it is now in sid. This version addresses the issues … Continue reading

Posted in debian, DLR, Free Software, IronPython, IronRuby, microsoft, mono, ubuntu, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo, xbuild | 2 Comments

I’ve disabled my user approve plugin

Sorry for the inconvenience folks. I was annoyed by having to mark so many comments as spam, but the plugin interface was so klugy that I had no idea how to find the users who would contribute useful posts. So. … Continue reading

Posted in debian, IronPython, IronRuby, mono, perl, ubuntu, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo | 8 Comments

IronRuby continuous integration back online

We haven’t done much work on keeping the continuous integration (CI) machines online, and there haven’t been any new builds since November of ’09. I should set Nagios to remind us when things get off track or something. The recent … Continue reading

Posted in colliertech, debian, DLR, Free Software, git, IronPython, IronRuby, linux, mono, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo | 3 Comments

More DLR work

Ivan put up a hudson server on our winders box. Ankit helped me figure out the IronRuby xbuild build problems. I should probably try it on IronPython, too. I sent the ironruby-core list a patch to fix some case sensitivity … Continue reading

Posted in colliertech, compiler, debian, DLR, dns, Free Software, gnome, IronPython, IronRuby, mono, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo, xbuild | 5 Comments

IronRuby on OS X

We had a visitor on #ironruby today asking for help getting IR running on his mac. I gave him the following directions, and they seemed to work aside from one glitch. I tested them on my wife’s mac, and it … Continue reading

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dlr-languages_20090805+git.e6b28d27+dfsg-1_amd64.changes ACCEPTED

I’m happy to announce that after the filing of an Intent to Package and nearly 2 years of work, IronRuby 0.9, IronPython 2.6b2, and the DLR are now in Debian. To my knowledge, this is the first package in Debian … Continue reading

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