NOODB: Non-Update

I haven’t been able to work on it for the last couple days due to a significant pet issue.

When last I left it:

  • Mostly completed a reorganization of the classes across 3 projects.
  • Started working on NULL support. This was more work than anticipated.
  • I have one more piece to slap around. Currently, the client project requires a reference to the server project. I need one more layer of abstraction in the middle (IServerConnector rather than IServer), and I can eliminate the reference.

Work should resume over the weekend. Nulls, collections and queries are on my mind. Then, views.

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3 Responses to NOODB: Non-Update

  1. Vadim says:

    Are you planning to make NOODB open source?

  2. hamletcode says:

    Yea, I’ve been thinking about that. The assemblies used to be AllardWorks.Oodb.*. I renamed them all to Noodb.*. I was thinking about putting it on Codeplex once I have in the big features.

    What do you think?

  3. Vadim says:

    If you don’t plan to make money of it, it makes perfect scenes to make it an open source. Codeplex is a great place to host your project.

    By putting NOODB for everybody to see, you can get other people valuable and not so valuable input on the project.

    When you put project on Codeplex, you have 30 days before you must make it public. By making public you just give people permission to get your code, If someone want to commit a change, they will have to beg you give them permission to check in. They also can submit a patch which you can review and then merge with your main trunk.

    Hope it helps.

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