[Mono-devel-list] Beginning Mono Windows HOWTO...
Paul.Moore06 at ca.com
Thu Aug 21 17:12:50 EDT 2003
Can I ask a really stupid question?
Why is there a version of mono for windows? There is already a perfectly
good implementation of the CLR there.
Certainly porting common UI things is useful (like SWT# or GTK# ) to
allow portability of UI apps given the hassles with SWF. But having 2
runtimes and compilers seems like a waste of time. If you had to pay for
it I would understand, or if it sucked (but it doesn't)
From: Lawrence E. Smithmier, Jr. [mailto:Larry at Smithmier.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 8:42 AM
To: Matt Greenwood
Cc: Mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Mono-devel-list] Beginning Mono Windows HOWTO...
I think such a document would be wonderful. How about "Developing Mono
Windows" or "Advanced Mono Windows HOWTO" as a working title?
Lawrence E. Smithmier, Jr.
Larry at Smithmier.com
Quoting Matt Greenwood <matt at thegreenwoods.org>:
> Hi All,
> I apologize of this is the wrong place to post (someone redirect
> me). I have been installing both the binary and source for Mono on an
> machine and was helped by the small windows HOWTO, but there are still
> lots of gotchas. Is there a comprehensive "How to get setup on windows
> so that you can add to Mono" document lying around? If not I would be
> happy to document my blundering so that others may benefit...
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