Re: Interested in adding csharp support - guidelines needed


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Many thanks Brian, this is helpful and very much appreciated!


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On Tuesday, November 19, 2019 6:56 PM, Brian Behlendorf <bbehlendorf@...> wrote:

Modest insights ahead, and IANAM (I am not a maintainer):

Both seem like non-trivial lifts, so be sure that you really need each of them.  There is emerging and improving support for the Microsoft developer tools ecosystem with Fabric, including a Visual Studio plugin, if that's all you need:


For a C# SDK, there is likely no better approach than taking an SDK in a language you are most familiar - be it Python or Java or Node - and looking at how they work.  The GRPC protos are documented here for 1.4:


and here for the current branch, what will end up in 2.0:


For C# Chaincode support, it may be best to start with the Java chaincode repo:


which looks like it contains some good high level explanation on how it integrates.

Hope this helps,

Brian

On 11/19/19 2:10 AM, Segments via Lists.Hyperledger.Org wrote:
Can anyone help? Even modest insights would be appreciated.
Thanks


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On Tuesday, November 12, 2019 8:43 AM, Segments <Segments777@...> wrote:

Hello,

I am interested in adding csharp support to Fabric and bringing it on par with Java or even Go support. I want to add chaincode support and client.

Could someone please help me find my way and provide me a high-level list of what I'll need to do and where I'll need to look into. I do not have much experience with Fabric but I've read the docs extensively so I am familiar with the concepts. I also have a basic background in blockchain programming.

This undertaking (which is a prerequisite for us to be able to work with Fabric), will also allow me to get familiar with it in depth in a productive way.

Thank you,

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