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[cinvoke-dev] Re: Is this project still alive?

From: Will Weisser
Subject: [cinvoke-dev] Re: Is this project still alive?
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 16:51:38 -0500

I recall you sending me that patch, but it looks like I never checked it in, mainly because I never got a hold of an Intel Mac to test with (although I did check in your GCC/Windows fix).  The "pain" I was referring to was because I don't have a newer Mac handy, and also because the built-in language bindings for Lua and Java were annoying to get working on OSX iirc.  But, at least the code exists already in the form of the patch you sent me, whereas Windows 64 will require new MASM-style x64 assembly to be written (although this isn't really that difficult, and installing Windows 64 on a virtual machine is easy for me to do these days).  So, one of the things I'd like to do after moving to a new project host is check in that patch and make sure it works with Lua.


On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 4:38 PM, Mooneer Salem <address@hidden> wrote:
I'll have to check when I get home, but I'm pretty sure the version I have works in 64-bit Intel OSX, or at least compiles, anyway. (I'm the owner of the Kite programming language, which also uses C/Invoke).


On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 1:34 PM, Will Weisser <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Dwight...

  I don't think the project is still "alive" as such but as of this writing I'm still alive, so I'd be happy to help you in whatever capacity I can.

  First of all I restarted the subversion server.

  Secondly, I would love to have a new release of C/Invoke with support for Windows x64, (OS X Intel would be great too but is a little more of a pain), as well as some general clean-up and the other patches that people have sent in since the last release which are already checked in to subversion.

  I'd also like to see the project moved off of savannah onto google code as well; google code works really well in my experience and savannah is sort of bleh these days.

  So, if you want to start a new google code project with the latest svn tree, I could change the current web page to point to that project instead of the savannah one, and the rest would be up to you.  If not I would eventually get around to doing it myself, but it wouldn't be instant as it's not a top priority for me.


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