Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 17th Jan 2008 15:27 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
.NET (dotGNU too) "Last October I blogged about our plan to release the source code to the .NET Framework libraries, and enable debugging support of them with Visual Studio 2008. Today I'm happy to announce that this is now available for everyone to use. Specifically, you can now browse and debug the source code for the following .NET Framework libraries."
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so smart
by gsmd on Thu 17th Jan 2008 21:32 UTC
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2007-02-02

Now MS got a chance to sue Mono as if they steal some portions of the opensourced code.

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RE: so smart
by BrianH on Thu 17th Jan 2008 22:04 in reply to "so smart"
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2005-07-06

Now MS got a chance to sue Mono as if they steal some portions of the opensourced code.

1. The code wasn't open sourced - it's under the reference license, which doesn't even pretend to be open source.
2. MS is unlikely to sue the Mono people, especially when they provide so much assistance to them, have interoperability labs with Novell, etc.
3. Mono doesn't need this, they are doing fine.

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RE: so smart
by PlatformAgnostic on Sat 19th Jan 2008 05:51 in reply to "so smart"
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2006-01-02

Miguel has explicitly said that mono developers will not look at this code. If he and his team aren't concerned about it, why should you be?

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