[Mono-dev] Re: What would you like to see in Mono?
robertj at gmx.net
Thu Apr 6 18:55:35 EDT 2006
Maxime de Lavenne wrote:
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>> Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006 12:28 AM
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>> Subject: RE: [Mono-dev] Re: What would you like to see in Mono?
>>> One problem with this: none of it is standardized. Red Hat
>> will differ
>> >from SuSE will differ from Debian will differ from...
>> Sure - but surely you define an interface, and the
>> environment can define a localised implementation for your
>> flavour of UNIX.
>> Hopefully this would not be Linux specific, but would be
>> achievable on Solaris and *BSD too. (And who cares about AIX, eh? ;-))
>> I don't think Mono should have to ship with all possible
>> implementations - a couple and a null implementation that
>> throws NotImplemented or similar should be enough.
> I don't understand that approach. Java's JVM works out of the box on all
> systems (or please slam me if I am wrong :)
> Why can't mono ?
You're out of context. The original question of this subthread was:
"I want to see a system wide api in Mono (sonthing like System.linux or
linux.system). By using this u can handle any kind of stuff on linux.
Everything (i.e. services, cronjobs, even kernel resources etc ) on
linux can be handled directly without calling any other api (or system
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