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From Stefan Bodewig <>
Subject Re: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt
Date Tue, 07 Sep 2004 07:24:25 GMT
On Mon, 6 Sep 2004, Jaroslaw Kowalski <> wrote:

> See this article "Avoid DevPath" for info on why you should avoid

Thanks again.

| It's not good for the dev. env., either - it makes it unnecessarily
| different from the shipping env., which may lead to uncaught
| versioning or deployment bugs in the shipping env.

Is more or less the reason we run Gump.  We want to catch versioning
conflicts and backwards incompatible changes.  We want to run an
assembly against a version that it doesn't offically support.


| So, DevPath is soon to be deprecated.

probably is a show-stopper.

> I suggest that you do it the simple way - compile the all your
> apps/libraries to a single directory using it as both a target and a
> reference source and forget the GAC at all.

Will that work with Mono 1.0.1 installing NUnit 2.1.91 into the GAC as
it does on my Mac?  I guess it will at compile time, but not when I
run tests, right?


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