Category: 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.

  • 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?

  • 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 I chat with Michael Hutchinson about possibly taking up a different project. It seems that […]

  • 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 You can run this boilerplate by pressing Ctrl-F5 Using the Designer Double-click on the file […]

  • 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 brought up in the Ubuntu Feature Freeze exception (FFe) bug, so I expect that it […]

  • 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. Feel free to comment… Nao!

  • 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 acceptance of the DLR into Debian and our intention to get the next release produced […]

  • 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 issues. Some time in the near future, I’m going to get together a bug report […]

  • 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 worked for me, too. Install Mono You can grab the Mono .dmg from go-mono.com. This […]

  • 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 with direct and active upstream support from Microsoft. Kudos for this release go to Jo […]

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