[Mono-devel-list] Developing for .NET and MONO

Jonathan Pryor jonpryor at vt.edu
Thu Mar 20 06:30:12 EST 2003

Compiling *and RUNNING* under both environments should be all you need
to do.  The running is essential, as some methods under Mono may exist
(no compiler errors) but will throw NotImplementedExceptions when
executed.  So, they exist, but they don't. :-)

It's also possible that mono (or .NET) may have bugs, and (a) the
documentation is incorrect, or (b) mono, .NET, or both differ in their
implementation.  If this is the case, you should either file a bug
report against mono or fix the mono code.  (Or notify Microsoft about a
bug in .NET, if appropriate.)

 - Jon

On Thu, 2003-03-20 at 03:58, Graham Allwood wrote:
> If I wanted to develop a set of class libraries which I wanted to run
> on both MSFT .NET implementation and MONO is there anything special I
> should be doing, or is compiling often in both environments all that
> is needed?
> Regards
> Graham Allwood.

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