Re: [nant-dev] NAntTask nested properties (was NAntTask Patch)

2002-07-03 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stefan, do you recall the reasons for enforcing read-only on properties in Ant ? Do you want the full story? 8-) The short version: it happend to be that way in Ant 1.1 by accident and we sticked to it because the majority of people

Re: [nant-dev] [Fwd: Ready to tackle next release]

2003-10-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 7 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For third party filterreaders only the first notation is supported, ofcourse. in Ant 1.5, that is. With Ant 1.6beta things have changed dramatically. http://ant.apache.org/manual-1.6beta/CoreTypes/custom-programming.html for the short

Re: [nant-dev] filterchains/sets other was: [Fwd: Ready to tackle next release]

2003-10-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
compatibility). It should be straight forward to write a filterchain implementation that does the same things filterset does. Perhaps Stefan Bodewig can give us some insights on how it was implemented in Ant filterset or filterchain? Filterchains haven't changed much after they've been added in 1.5

[nant-dev] NAnt and Ant (was: Ready to tackle next release)

2003-10-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 7 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: great to see that one of the driving forces thanks behind Ant is also interested in NAnt :) More and longer than you think. ;-) http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_id=463245forum_id=863 I'd think that Ian and Gerry

Re: [nant-dev] NAnt and Ant (was: Ready to tackle next release)

2003-10-08 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Too bad there was no follow-up after that ... a missed opportunity if you ask me ... This is not quite true. Both Gerry and Ian followed up, the cooperation just didn't work out somehow. Not enough time and all that. We're planning

Re: [nant-dev] [Fwd: Ready to tackle next release]

2003-10-08 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Martin Aliger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And that superior documentation Ant have. Go, tell our (Ant's) users ;-) Stefan --- This sf.net email is sponsored by:ThinkGeek Welcome to geek heaven. http://thinkgeek.com/sf

Re: [nant-dev] NAnt and Ant

2003-10-08 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 08 Oct 2003, Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We also have nant running fairly well with mono on linux. nice. As far as I'm aware no one has tested on Mac OSX though. The hardest part is getting Mono for Macs. There is a fink package for Mono 0.23 that I wouldn't recommend to

Re: [nant-dev] NAnt and Ant

2003-10-08 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 08 Oct 2003, Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: sure - just get the latest source from cvs, latest means whatever you get when using anoncvs at sf.net 8-) run make patched the Makefile to avoid the mono JIT. Patch is appended. in the basedir and let us know if it works :) no,

[nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-09 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Trying to chime in with a bit of experience from seeing project migrate to the ASF. On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Clayton Harbour [EMAIL PROTECTED] On another note you mentioned license changes, I have always been curious how that works/ is accomplished? If

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-10 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: unless there's a slight chance that Apache is going to accept .NET projects :-) At the risk of repeating myself, I'm sure that the ASF would not reject a project just because it used .NET. The ASF hosts projects written in C, Perl,

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-10 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Thu, 09 Oct 2003, Matthew Mastracci [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure that I agree with changing the license to a BSD or Apache-style license. As you are responding to a mail of mine, please note that I've just explained some things about different licenses and what would be involved

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-10 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003, Mitch Denny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have one question about the wording though. The section Redistribution and USE (my emphasis) in source and binary forms. Does this mean that if I build a set of tasks and compile them into a separate assembly, but don't ship the NAnt

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-13 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003, Matthew Mastracci [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My largest concern is not that a company can use BSD-code, but rather add core enhancements (ie: modifications/enhancements/bug fixes to the core code) and keep those proprietary. Yes, there is nothing inside a BSDish license

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-13 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003, Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If the Ant team had the option, now that they have been out there so long, I wonder if they would choose a sep. license for any reason. I can only speak for myself, I wouldn't. Ant has become as successful as it is for several

Re: [nant-dev] Exec Task OS Specific

2003-10-14 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 14 Oct 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So what we need is a way of determining that NAnt is running on Mac, so we can create a third platform for Mac... No, what you need is a way of determining whether you can use mono or have to fall back to mint. AFAIU mono is only

Re: [nant-dev] Exec Task OS Specific

2003-10-14 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On 14 Oct 2003, Stefan Bodewig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm, I assume adding a mint config in addition to NAnt.Console.exe.config.linux I was obviously looking at an out-of-date Makefile, sorry. Stefan --- This SF.net email is sponsored

Re: [nant-dev] Licensing

2003-10-14 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 14 Oct 2003, Tom Jordan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: IANAL If and when, Nant chooses to migrate to a different license, it will have to handle the copyrights of the contributers. IANAL either, but what you say is 100% the same that I've seen happen in similar cases for other projects. At

Re: [nant-dev] FYI

2003-11-04 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Hi, as you are new to this list, Alex, let me introduce myself to you quickly. I'm not a NAnt developer, but rather - a bit like you - a visitor from a very similar product. I'm one of the developers of Apache Ant, the product that inspired NAnt's birth. On Mon, 3 Nov 2003, Alex Kipman [EMAIL

Re: [nant-dev] FYI

2003-11-04 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think the plan is to roll MSBuild (engine and some basic tasks) into the framework distribution (but probably not into the Base Class Libraries that are defined in the public ECMA spec). OK, makes sense from a certain perspective,

Re: [nant-dev] FYI

2003-11-04 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When talking about the .net core, we really need context. I thought so, thanks for the details. I'm not sure about the details of how and where microsoft is planning on inserting the build stuff. I suspect it will probably go into

Re: [nant-dev] FYI

2003-11-05 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Thanks again, Alex. On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Alex Kipman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The concepts that are undergoing patenting are MSBuild Engine level concepts that we feel are really innovative (and most of them you haven't seen yet). That must be the case (the haven't seen yet part). ;-) I

Re: [nant-dev] nant task in Ant

2003-12-01 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On 27 Nov 2003, Stefan Bodewig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've just polished up a little sandbox project I've built over in Ant land, a task library to help a little in a .NET world. The docs are now online at http://cvs.apache.org/~bodewig/dotnet/ and can be downloaded as http://cvs.apache.org

Re: [nant-dev] Ant's team reaction to msbuild

2003-12-08 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 08 Dec 2003, Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thanks Stefan - I didn't realize you had a blog. :) I'm trying to not push it too hard 8-) Stefan --- This SF.net email is sponsored by: SF.net Giveback Program. Does SourceForge.net

Re: [nant-dev] SUBMISSION: Path Task

2003-12-15 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If we decide to add William's task, I think we should : [...] - split it up into at least 3 tasks, like Ant has : dirname, basename, and path-combine (or something, doesn't exist in Ant) Well, it would probably be called which or

Re: [nant-dev] SUBMISSION: Path Task

2003-12-15 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 15 Dec 2003, Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Path combine just does its best to create a resonable path string from the inouts you pass it. Ah, I see. property name=foo location=bar/ sets foo to ${basedir}/bar in Ant. This would probably be the closest thing then. I don't

Re: [nant-dev] Idea: Inline task definitions (task orchestration/macros).

2004-01-20 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 20 Jan 2004, Mitch Denny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is, in fact I spoke to Ian about it last week and he pointed me at your blog entries on the subject. Which are certainly not the full story. Can you recall the justifications made for the element? The Ant and NAnt communities have

[nant-dev] Build failures of CVS HEAD mono/Linux ...

2004-03-24 Thread Stefan Bodewig
... or whatever anoncvs currently gives (one day delay, more, less?). Anyway. While building NAnt using mono 0.31 on Linux I get , | mono bin/NAnt.exe -buildfile:NAnt.build build | NAnt 0.85 (Build 0.85.1447.0; net-1.0.win32; nightly; 18.12.03) | Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Gerry Shaw |

Re: [nant-dev] wix task for NAnt :)

2004-04-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 05 Apr 2004, Matthew Mastracci [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's unfortunately not under a GPL-compatible license (preventing direct linking), but the command-line interface would work just fine for most purposes, I believe. http://weblogs.asp.net/lorenh/archive/2004/04/06/108811.aspx

[nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Hi, back from vacation so I'm sorry for the delay. On Mon, 30 Aug 2004, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Adam R. B. Jack [EMAIL PROTECTED] 1) Run a script to build NAnt (kinda like the bootstrap-ant.sh script) 2) Use the newly built NAnt to build the rest of Nant-dom (i.e. OSS

[nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 27 Aug 2004, Gert Driesen wrote: What exactly will Apache be using NAnt for ? Building open source .NET projects, for example Log4NET on a nightly basis. Do you (yourself or Apache) have any issues with our current license (GPL) ? Only speaking about the Gump scenario, I don't think

Re: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 6 Sep 2004, Jaroslaw Kowalski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think that you cannot avoid GAC with .NET because of the order in which the assebmlies are located: http://www.awprofessional.com/articles/article.asp?p=30601seqNum=6 Thank you for that URL. In Gump's case we probably can

Re: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Hi, back from vacation so I'm sorry for the delay. I wonder whether my apache.org address will make it through to the nant list, if not I'll repost there using the other address I've already use to subscribe there. On Mon, 30 Aug 2004, Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Adam R. B.

[nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Fri, 27 Aug 2004, Gert Driesen wrote: What exactly will Apache be using NAnt for ? Building open source .NET projects, for example Log4NET on a nightly basis. Do you (yourself or Apache) have any issues with our current license (GPL) ? Only speaking about the Gump scenario, I don't think

Re: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 6 Sep 2004, Adam R. B. Jack [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1) A project can have an attribute of language=csharp (and this is needed to generate lib path). wouldn't we need a more generic platform or something like this. Would the lib path treatment of a J# or Nemerle or whatever .NET

Re: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Mon, 6 Sep 2004, Jaroslaw Kowalski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: See this article Avoid DevPath for info on why you should avoid DEVPATH http://blogs.msdn.com/suzcook/archive/2003/08/15/57238.aspx Thanks again. , | It's not good for the dev. env., either - it makes it unnecessarily |

Re: [nant-dev] NAnt and Gump -- getting closer...

2004-09-07 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Tue, 7 Sep 2004, Adam R. B. Jack [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think the answer is 'who decides what is the right approach', and I feel it is the NAnt team. Yes, I agree. We may need to explain in more detail what we want to do and why we want to do that with Gump, but we need the expertize

Re: [nant-dev] Back to an old style issue...

2004-11-26 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Wed, 24 Nov 2004, Giuseppe Greco [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Another interesting feature world be the ability to specify a XML catalog in the style task in order to provide a mapping from generic addresses to specific local directories on a given machine... This is how Ant solves it. We've

Re: [nant-dev] VS 2005 project support (via MSBuild)

2005-12-30 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On Thu, 29 Dec 2005, Martin Aliger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: btw2: does anyone had time to try run MSBuild under mono? Maybe it works? (I fould some Ant/mono/msbuild blogs but dont try myself). The blog may have been mine, I tried various combinations of NAnt, MSBuild and Ant on different

[nant-dev] Configuration to Target 3.5/4.0 Client Profiles?

2011-08-15 Thread Stefan Bodewig
Hi, over in log4net land we are seriously ramping up for a new release (who would have ever thought that 8-) and need to provide assemblies stripped down to the client profiles. Has anybody around here got a configuration that can be used to target the client frameworks? My first guess, but I

Re: [nant-dev] Next NAnt/NAntContrib TODO Tasks

2011-10-28 Thread Stefan Bodewig
On 2011-10-26, Ryan Boggs wrote: On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 8:53 AM, Stefan Bodewig stefan.bode...@freenet.de wrote: Why do you feel Sourceforge's git offering was insufficient - this is an honest question as I may be thinking about moving XMLUnit to a different SCM myself (currently using svn

[nant-dev] [OT] Apache log4net User Survey

2011-11-02 Thread Stefan Bodewig
[cross-posting here as I'm sure I'll reach a few log4net users as well] The last log4net release already stopped supporting Compact Framework 1.x and the Shared Source CLI as part of the binary distributions - but versions for them are still buildable from source. In order to figure out what