PhoneNumbers C# Library
This is a C# port of libphonenumber, originally from:
Original Java code is Copyright (C) 2009-2011 Google Inc.
The project is a copy of the original libphonenumber with C# code
added in csharp/ root directory. The intent is to keep pulling from
the main repository and update the C# port accordingly.
NUnit and Google.ProtoBuffersLite binaries
Port of libphonenumber Java library
Port of libphonenumber Java tests in NUnit format.
Open csharp/PhoneNumbers.sln VS2008 solution file to get an overview
of the code. "Build All" should put the libraries at the usual places.
To run the tests, either use a GUI tool or download NUnit binaries from:
Extract the executables and add the following invocation to
PhoneNumbers.Test Debug panel:
* Start external program: C:\path\to\nunit-console.exe
* Command line arguments: PhoneNumbers.Test.dll /wait /run:PhoneNumbers.Test
Then run PhoneNumbers.Test, the test console window should appear and
the tests run.
- TestEqualWithItalianLeadingZeroSetToDefault is currently disabled as
generated classes Equals() method does not exist on their related
- Check all Equals call sites
- PhoneNumberOfflineGeocoder always return country English names as I
have found no way to get localized name in .Net.
- PhoneNumberOfflineGeocoder may raise InvalidArgException() for some
inputs as .Net does not support all current country codes in
RegionInfo constructor. For instance RegionType("BS") for Bahamas
fails for me.
- Phone numbers metadata is read from XML files and not protocol
buffers one. I could not make it work using protobuf-csharp
library. On the other hand, it makes one less dependency.
- Restore the Java logging calls?
- Find a suitable replace for Java CharSequence in phone numbers parsing API.
- Migrate geocoder and related files
Porting New Versions
This port was first converted from Subversion to Mercurial with
hgsubversion extension, from the source repository:
To update the port:
- Ensure you have a recent Mercurial and hgsubversion setup on your
- Update the port SVN metadata with:
$ hg svn rebuildmeta
And possibly add the following to .hg/hgrc:
default = http://libphonenumber.googlecode.com/svn
At this point, hg incoming should display new revisions.
- Pull new changes, update to "csharp" branch and merge with
- Fire your favorite diff tool and start porting changes.