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brian 25 Sep 2007
Time We will use a single sys::Time class with three modes: time, date, and datetime. The mode can be checked via the isTime, isDate, and isDateTime methods. Calling a method invalid for a mode such as year on a time will throw UnsupportedErr. Datetimes will be based on ticks - probably +/- nanoseconds ticks with an epoch of 1 Jan 2000, fields will be relative to a given TimeZone.
WebClient We discussed different approaches to structuring the client versus server side API. We agreed that the server API should keep the short names: WebReq and WebRes. We are going to try and tackle the client API via one class called WebClient. This class will deal with the request and response state as well as issues like following redirects and persistent connections. If the one class becomes too awkward then the second approach is to break it into a WebClientReq and WebClientRes class.
Thompson Thompson is our newly coined codename for the first preview release which contains two key milestones: getting .NET to run the full test suite and getting fandev.org up and running using Fan.
Spaces We've given more thought to how spaces help us organize applications, namespaces, and data b/w threads and data mapped in a database:
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