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Updated readme and removed sharpdevelop and monodevelop project files…
… since we don't have an active maintainer for them
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chirino committed Oct 31, 2007
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Welcome to:
* NMS API : The .NET Messaging Service API
* NMS Client for Apache ActiveMQ
* NMS Client for MSMQ
* Apache.NMS.MSMQ : Apache NMS for MSMQ Class Library
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For more information see http://activemq.apache.org/nms.html
For more information see http://activemq.apache.org/nms

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Building With Visual Stuido 2005
Building With Visual Studio 2005
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Open the vs2005.sln Solution File. Build using "Build"->"Build Solution"
Open the solution File. Build using "Build"->"Build Solution"
menu option.

The resulting DLLs will be in bin\Debug or the bin\Release directories
depending on you settings under "Build"->"Configuration Manager"
The resulting DLLs will be in build\${framework}\debug or the build\${framework}\release directories depending on you settings under "Build"->"Configuration Manager"

If you have the Resharper plugin installed in Visual Studio, you can run
all the Unit Tests by using the "ReSharper"->"Unit Testing"->"Run All
Tests from Solution" menu option. Please note that you must run an
Apache ActiveMQ Broker before kicking off the unit tests.

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Building With SharpDevelop 2.1
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SharpDevelop is an open source IDE that you can download from:
http://www.sharpdevelop.net/OpenSource/SD/Default.aspx

Open the sharpdevelop.sln Solution File. Build using the
"Build"->"Build Solution" menu option.

The resulting DLLs will be in bin\Debug or the bin\Release directories
depending on you settings under "Build"->"Set Configuration"

To run the Unit Tests, you must first start an Apache ActiveMQ Broker
and then use the "View"->"Tools"->"Unit Tests" menu option. On the
newly displayed Unit Tests view, click the "Run tests" button.

Note: Seems like the nunit integration in SharpDevelop still needs a
little work because on a WindowsXP x64 system, running the tests caused
some Unexpected Exception errors.

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Building With monodevelop
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monodevelop is an open source IDE that you can download from:
http://www.monodevelop.com/

Open the monodevelop.mds Solution File. Build using the
"Run"->"Build Solution" menu option.

The resulting DLLs will be in bin\Debug or the bin\Release directories
depending on the configuration you have selected in the Build bar.

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Building With NAnt
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To build the code using NAnt type
To build the code using NAnt, run:

nant

To run the unit tests you need to run an Apache ActiveMQ Broker first then type

nant test

To generate the documentation type

To generate the documentation, run:

nant doc


Assuming that you have checked out the ActiveMQ code and the Site in peer directories such as


activemq/
activemq-dotnet/

activemq-site/
nms/
ndoc/

So that generating the ndoc will copy the generate content into the ndoc directory so it can be deployed on the Apache website.

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