Error: I'm afraid this is the first I've heard of a "writeback" flavoured Blosxom. Try dropping the "/+writeback" bit from the end of the URL.
.NET Antlib Updates
The small Ant library I have talked about before has undergone some changes and it has been polished up a little.
The <dotnetexec> task now works well on Linux if I place the assemblies somewhere arbitrary into my PATH, <nant> works like a charm, in particular this here
<ant:project xmlns:ant="antlib:org.apache.tools.ant" xmlns="antlib:org.apache.tools.ant.taskdefs.optional.dotnet"> <nant> <build> <echo message="This is NAnt"/> </build> </nant> </ant:project>
Buildfile: /tmp/nant.xml [nant] NAnt version 0.8.4 Copyright (C) 2001-2003 Gerry Shaw [nant] http://nant.sourceforge.net [nant] Buildfile: file://tmp/build2001946168.xml [nant] [echo] This is NAnt [nant] BUILD SUCCEEDED [nant] Total time: 0.1 seconds. BUILD SUCCESSFUL
which means, I've just run NAnt's <echo> task from within an Ant build file using Mono 0.28 on Linux. All that is required to do so is NAnt.exe in my PATH and dotnet.jar in my CLASSPATH (and a freshly bootstrapped CVS version of Ant).
The docs are online as well.
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