C# Bindings/Wrapper for Elementary and FSO
andreas_willich at gmx.at
Sat May 16 17:52:06 CEST 2009
Nice to see some other C# developers here.
You are absolutely right to do not duplicate the work.
I will look at you current work and would like to help you with the 2
At the moment I am working on bitbake recipies for the last mono,
libgdiplus and ndesk-dbus versions.
On Sat, 2009-05-16 at 13:20 +0100, Peter Strapp wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just spotted a message regarding the usage of C# on the Freerunner
> and thought it'd be a good idea to let everyone know what I've been
> working on. Duplication of effort is not a good thing for open source
> development (Something Intel/Nokia should realise ;-) ) so I thought I'd
> better get this out there.
> C# Enlightenment Bindings (EFL-Sharp) including Elementary
> I have been working for a while now on C# bindings for Elementary. All
> the basics are there and all but the most complex widgets are supported
> (list, hoversel, genlist etc. still need completing). I got in touch
> with Nigel Benns who is a maintainer on the currently dormant EFL-Sharp
> and have been given access to the Sourceforge project. I'm hoping to
> migrate the source over to there soon (And later to the mono svn
> repository) but for now you can access the source from my svn repository.
> C# FSO Wrapper
> I have also been working on a wrapper for FSO. The wrapper uses ndesk
> dbus so the important bit is to define all the interfaces. I have
> stuffed them all inside a singleton for now. Later I'll come up with a
> more elegant solution. It still needs A LOT of work but is a starting
> point and many things 'work'.
> ** Warning **
> The source is very unstable at the moment as I'm regularly making large
> changes. Compatibility will break daily! I originally hadn't intended to
> release this until the code was in a better shape and I had autoconf,
> etc. sorted. But I encourage any help/testing.
> An example app that uses both libraries can be found here (It is a
> simple program to switch GPRS On and Off):
> Peter Strapp
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