[Mono-dev] Where to start with Mono 2.0?
mloichate at gmail.com
Wed Oct 8 07:58:33 EDT 2008
Hi, I've got quite a big background developing with .NET Framework, and now
we're bound to start testing Mono platform.
I only would like to know which the best start point is: Start developing
inside a Linux environment (we'd use VMWare OpenSuse image) or install Mono
2.0 for Windows and "play" with the samples under Windows?
By the way, is there a way to develop applications for Mono in a Windows
environment? Or the idea would be to develop under Visual Studio, then run
Moma and then run the application from command-line?
What about trying to solve "problems" of an assembly in which Moma has found
"problems"? How would I need to proceed?
I would really be grateful if somebody could help me getting started with
Mono, pointing me at a basic document for newbies and so on, I'm a bit lost.
Thanks very much in advance.
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