[Mono-list] binding

David Gardner david@pipco.freeserve.co.uk
Wed, 11 Jul 2001 00:03:05 GMT

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On 7/11/01, 7:25:05 AM, "Sebastien Lambla" <sebastien.lambla@6sens.com> 
wrote regarding RE: [Mono-list] binding:

> I think we should concentrate on having all possible classes built on C#,
> mainly because when the library writing is complete, it will be easier to
> port a very small number of OS dependant classes to new platforms and 
> most of the classes running out of the box.

> On the other hand, on a per-os basis, it would be great to have optimized
> classes for a specific platform, but when and only when pure C# classes
> exists.

> What do you think?

I would have thought a math class isn't that hard to write, so do both a 
C# version and a C-library version. It will give a good indication of how 
much performance is lost by the interpreter.