[Gtk-sharp-list] How to set sun on Microsofts Empire for the Last time.
Tue, 13 Jan 2004 05:39:07 -0800 (PST)
I am Visual Studio .Net programmer. I compile all my
programs from there so that they will run on
MSWindows. I want to write programs for Linux but I
donít want to leave comfort of my IDE. So there goes
the biggest problem in adapting Linux in air, because
we at VS.Net will never leave it. So what can U do
about it? Logically its easy.
The results of my last query suggest that I am struck
in windows forever. But this is my last ditch effort
to get u notice of solution for easy adoption of
Linux. If U create a compiler to compile the EXE file
generated by VS.Net into native executables that can
run on Linux with out a Virtual Machine then rest will
I am a professional software developer who is not
interested in steping on many boats at the same time.
We should be able to write programs for Linux in
VS.Net such that they will run on our clients windows
machine without any additional components other that
create in VS.Net such as GKT.Net Dll. GTK.Net can be
just a wrapper on MS.Net such that the code will
directly compile on Linux without any modifications.
That makes too much sense to me from my windows
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