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digitalmars.D - Requesting FreeBSD and OSX volunteers to help test Goldie

reply "Nick Sabalausky" <a a.a> writes:
I'm getting close to another packaged release of my Goldie lib (which also 
relies on SemiTwistDTools), and I'd like to get them both tested on FreeBSD 
and OSX. I've attempted to keep the code as cross-platform as possible, but 
I don't currently have access to or detailed knowledge of either of those 
systems (or at least ones up-to-date enough for DMD), so I haven't been able 
to actually test them outside Windows and (Ubuntu) Linux.

Would anyone be willing to test them on any of those platforms (using DMD 
1.056 and Tango 0.99.9), and maybe provide assistance if it doesn't work? 
Or, if not that, then possibly provide a remote shell account that I could 
test with myself? I'd, of course, provide any assistance needed with how to 
setup, compile and use everything.

My email username is "nick1" and the domain is "semitwist.com".
Feb 15 2010
parent "Nick Sabalausky" <a a.a> writes:
"Nick Sabalausky" <a a.a> wrote in message 
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 I'm getting close to another packaged release of my Goldie lib (which also 
 relies on SemiTwistDTools), and I'd like to get them both tested on 
 FreeBSD and OSX. I've attempted to keep the code as cross-platform as 
 possible, but I don't currently have access to or detailed knowledge of 
 either of those systems (or at least ones up-to-date enough for DMD), so I 
 haven't been able to actually test them outside Windows and (Ubuntu) 
 Linux.

 Would anyone be willing to test them on any of those platforms (using DMD 
 1.056 and Tango 0.99.9), and maybe provide assistance if it doesn't work? 
 Or, if not that, then possibly provide a remote shell account that I could 
 test with myself? I'd, of course, provide any assistance needed with how 
 to setup, compile and use everything.

 My email username is "nick1" and the domain is "semitwist.com".

Oh, and also maybe someone on FreeBSD, OSX *or* Linux, that's experienced with Mono (and maybe wine?) could help with testing/using a bundled C#/.NET app on Mono/wine/whatever since I don't know the first thing about using C#/.NET software on non-Windows.
Feb 15 2010