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Posted: 03/02/07 09:43:52

Originally posted by todelod, reposted due to forum error

The reason I installed tango was mainly because the mango lib had been included. There seems to be a number of classes missing or is there something I've missed. (I hope so...)

anyone who knows?

/t

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Posted: 03/03/07 07:21:41

Not quite following you on this one ... you've downloaded both Mango and Tango, and something is missing?

Posted: 03/06/07 18:04:48

No, not quite. As I understood it Mango had been included in Tango, ( read: Tango would include all parts of Mango ) However, I can't seem to find a number of classes in Tango regarding http server "stuff" that could be found in Mango. I just wanted to know if there was something I had missed or misunderstood.

/t

Posted: 03/06/07 19:45:48 -- Modified: 03/06/07 19:46:55 by
kris

Oh right;

There are large chunks of Mango that are not part of Tango at all. Perhaps best to think of Mango as an series of Tango extensions? I usually install Mango trunk as a sibling to Tango trunk, so I don't have to change my -I path at all:

tango
  tango
    math
    core
    net
    ...
  mango
    net
    xml
    icu

Posted: 03/06/07 19:46:25

fyi: http://dsource.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2369