[Mono-devel-list] Differences between Mono and .NET

Carlos Alberto Cortez calberto.cortez at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 16:02:49 EDT 2005


I think. the best of Mono is its open source nature, and the fact thet
everybody can adapt it or modify it, adding the stability and the
support for more than one arch.

On the other hand, what Mono is missing the most, is an IDE for Winforms
and also documentation (docs for Mono libs and bindings).

My two cents,

El vie, 05-08-2005 a las 17:52 +0200, Martin Willemoes Hansen escribió:
> Hello everybody
> I'll be talking about differences between Mono and .NET in September and
> It would be nice to know what you think is the best difference between
> Mono and .NET.
> I have a short list of differences:
> 1. Platform independent
> 2. Open Source
> 3. Extra cryptofunctionality
> 4. Extra libs like Cecil
> 5. Lacking behind in certain areas like missing CAS
> What do you think is the best thing about Mono compared to .NET?
> What do you think Mono is lacking the most compared to .NET?
> Best regards

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