[Mono-dev] Absolute beginner
gregoryyoung1 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 31 17:08:56 UTC 2012
4. It's .NET code, really, so you should be able to use most .NET code that
doesn't call native code (otherwise it's a bug or unimplemented feature).
You can use MSDN as a reference.
Let's not forget about the implemented un-features.
Happy new year!
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 4:42 PM, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
> 1. Up to you, you can use any .NET IDE if you're on Windows (Visual Studio,
> SharpDevelop), otherwise, MonoDevelop is there for Windows, Linux and Mac.
> 2. Indeed. Well, just create your .NET app, then test it with Mono. I
> believe there is an addon to run an app with Mono from VS (not free though,
> I think), otherwise you can simply install Mono for Windows and run your
> through a command line. And test on other OSes too, as results can vary.
> 3. The only real way to know is by testing it. But you can check out the
> class status page to see what's implemented: http://go-mono.com/status/ or
> the more general http://mono-project.com/Compatibility page.
> 4. It's .NET code, really, so you should be able to use most .NET code that
> doesn't call native code (otherwise it's a bug or unimplemented feature).
> You can use MSDN as a reference.
> Shashvat wrote
> > Hello Everyone!
> > I am a COMPLETE newbie to this open-source-environment. I have a good
> > of C++ language and am interested in working in MONO because of its
> > ultimate objective.
> > I would appreciate if someone could help me start. I have some very
> > questions:
> > 1. Where do we code exactly, in MONO? (sorry for such noob question)
> > 2. I've read that Visual studio can be used as IDE...How do I do that?
> > 3. How do I know "what" to code?
> > 4. I tried going through the archives...but it's quite cluttered, or
> > I just too new to all this. How do I find sample code and some help
> > material?
> > Thanks a lot!
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