Microsoft recently announced that the source code for the .NET Framework
libraries would be made available so that developers can see and step into
the code. Scott Guthrie's blog post is here: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...libraries.aspx
Part of that blog post says:
"We'll begin by offering the source code (with source file comments
included) for the .NET Base Class Libraries (System, System.IO,
System.Collections, System.Configuration, System.Threading, System.Net,
System.Security, System.Runtime, System.Text, etc), ASP.NET (System.Web),
Windows Forms (System.Windows.Forms), ADO.NET (System.Data), XML
(System.Xml), and WPF (System.Windows). We'll then be adding more libraries
in the months ahead (including WCF, Workflow, and LINQ). The source code
will be released under the Microsoft Reference License (MS-RL)."
Are the PowerShell libraries covered by the "etc"? I certainly hope so.
If not, how/who can we lobby to get the PowerShell libraries added to this