In .NET, open source does not beget open source

added by alexandrul.ct
1/10/2012 11:10:26 PM

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Ruby, Python, Perl, Node, and Clojure all have, to varying degrees, a unified story for defining a project, translating its source code into runnable code, running a test suite, building distributable packages, and resolving and installing a project or package’s dependencies. These stories just work across all supported platforms. Setting up a cross-platform open source .NET project is non-trivial. ...


1 comments

dpeterson
1/11/2012 9:25:11 AM
There are some good points brought up in the comments on the article. The author could solve a few problems by keeping 3rd party libs in source control and forgetting about the solution file (just keep two solution files if you want to develop in both IDEs).

What test runner is being used for the Nunit tests?