[Mono-dev] Ideas for Mono on Windows

Rafael Teixeira monoman at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 07:43:10 EST 2009

You can try to use Mono's VM image which is an tailored-OpenSUSE, upgrading
it to newer mono releases or using it to build and run mono from svn trunk
is far easier than building mono in windows.

It also may help you find real portability issues, like what happens when
the linux user doesn't have the fonts you use in your WinForms, or file
access issues..

Hope it helps,

On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 9:52 AM, SuperCiccio <sc_030268 at yahoo.it> wrote:

> Paul,
> thanks for your helpfulness.
> At present time it is non so simple, for various reasons:
> - I need testing almost continuously, in this initial phase;
> - there are no deployment/setup procedures so it takes a bit porting the
> application on other machines: for me it is very simple to access the same
> resources (database, files, etc..) on the same configuration with .NET and
> Mono
> Anyway, I've appreciated your offer.
> It would be a great help for me if you had a procedure for setting up and
> mantaining an up-to-date Fedora/Mono system.
> Regards
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Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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