[Mono-devel-list] Compiling C# code in runtime :) Also, loading assemblies at runtime, etc
Miguel de Icaza
miguel at ximian.com
Fri Jun 27 20:24:26 EDT 2003
> Mono should be the same as .NET. If it isn't, it's a bug.
This is correct.
I would like to add that the functionality that Bruno is refering to is
used by our implementation of ASP.NET
> - Jon
> On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 18:06, Bruno Loff wrote:
> > Hey, I've just started using mono and i was wondering if compiling c#
> > code at runtime for execution (to make an extensible app, for instance)
> > is the same in mono as it is in ms c#.
> > Idem for loading a class dynamically (having a certain abstract class
> > defined and loading the implementation from a dll at runtime).
> > If this is done differently in mono, then how do i do it?
> > Thanks, Bruno
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