I’m not sure what they’re saying by taping up my phone and my chair though.
Or maybe things just got extra silly on Friday afternoon after I left :-)
Copying large (or lots) of files with Windows Explorer can be an interesting experience, but Teracopy improves on this quite a bit.
I like it.
I downloaded the latest code for NHibernate 2.0.x from the Subversion repository.
When I ran nant to build the code, it was displaying a whole bunch of errors as soon as it got to the Iesi.Collections.Test project:
NH2.0.x-branch\src\Iesi.Collections.Test\Generic\HashedSetFixture.cs(7,7): error CS0246: The type or namespace name ‘NUnit’ could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
Turns out because I’m using a current nightly build of nant, it defaults to .NET 3.5. Forcing it to use .NET 2.0 (using the –t argument) seems to do the trick. eg.
nant -D:with.core.only=true -D:skip.tests=true -t:net-2.0