[Mono-dev] Mono's future
dynamicgl at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 04:27:31 EDT 2011
Thanks for your answer.. I like c# syntax and its power on *nix platform.
We are engaging a large scale real time tracking system. At the past, all
those components were written by c# and ran on windows. We plan to move some
key parts to linux. The mono in particular 2.10.x... make our goal possible
without too much effort on rewriting the codes.. In fact, some components
can be directly used with mono without any change.
To be frank, i don't want to see mono on server side go down. It is fun to
work with it.
On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 5:24 AM, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at xamarin.com> wrote:
> I am more concerned on when mono 3.0 will be released. As we know, about
>> performance, mono still has a long way to go. The gc and socket performance
>> improved significantly but not enough..
> Mono 3.0 will be released when it is ready.
> We have suffered a slight schedule setback, and the next version should be
> Mono 2.12, with whatever is on trunk.
> Technically, what is in trunk could pass as 3.0, as it has most of what we
> wanted on the release. A component of the 2.12 release is to get bigger
> exposure to some of the changes that have gone into it. Large community QA,
> before we label things as 3.0
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