Saturday, October 02, 2010

MonoTorrent Lives! (on github)

The mono project, who've been hosting MonoTorrent since day 1, recently decided to host all their code at github. As such, MonoTorrent now lives in github! I took this opportunity to rename the module from 'bitsharp' to 'monotorrent' to avoid confusing people.

So what does this mean? Well, it means it's trivial for you to commit patches now! All you do is set up a github account, fork monotorrent, commit your changes to your fork and issue a pull request. I'll then automagically be informed of your changes and can click a button to either merge them directly into monotorrent or reject them (with an explanation). No more emailing patches or attaching them to forum posts. Pretty nifty, eh?

So get forking and lets see how great we can make MonoTorrent!

3 comments:

Hollie said...

It won't work in actual fact, that is exactly what I suppose.

aliya seen said...

This is such an easy job to do. Because of this statement of research goals becomes easy and students can complete their progress.

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