[Mono-dev] Sharing build specs between MS VS .net 2005 and mono on Linux
Mads Bondo Dydensborg
mbd at dbc.dk
Fri Sep 15 06:02:03 EDT 2006
My company is developing a (non-GUI) product that eventually will need to be
able to run under both Mono/Linux and MSCLI/Windows.
Currently the development takes place on Windows, using MS VS .net 2005.
However, we are adding new developers (including me), which are developing in
a Linux based environment. This means, that we would like to have a build
environment that is supported both under VSNET05 and Linux/Mono.
Now, I understand that MonoDevelop and prj2make has been able to work with
VSNET 2003 project files, but will not work with 2005 project files. Are
there any work taking place to support the newer format?
Alternatively, what soloutions could you recommend in supporting both
environments from some sort of common build specification at the same time?
I looked at cmake, which have the ability to generate project files for
VSNET05 and makefiles for Linux from a general specification file, but using
cmake would require extending it with support for C#.
I also looked briefly at nAnt, which looks good, but the initial comment from
the Windows developers has been that they feel it lacks integration with
Visual Studio .net 2005.
Comments on these solutions, general advise, etc, very much welcomed. I
imagine we are not the only company that has faced this kind of problem?
Regards & thanks in advance,
Med venlig hilsen/Regards
Systemudvikler/Systemsdeveloper cand.scient.dat, Ph.d., Mads Bondo Dydensborg
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