[Mono-list] 2 Questions

Nick Drochak ndrochak@gol.com
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 10:18:22 +0900

| 1. Does the .NET SDK exist for Win98?  I wouldn't imagine it
| does, but just
| to have the csc compiler would allow me to try and contribute to this
| project.

According to the MS web site:
The .NET Framework SDK runs on:

Microsoft Windows NT® 4.0 (SP 6a required)
Microsoft Windows® 2000 (SP 2 recommended)
Microsoft Windows XP Professional

| 2. There are some interfaces listed in the non-implemented class libraries
| (i.e System.Runtime.InteropServices.ICustomFactory,


Yes, there's no implementation in the interfaces, so you just have to put in
the "skeleton" code.  It is indeed an excellent way to get started.

Unfortunately you won't be able to install the SDK on Win98 so you won't be
able to compile it yourself.  There used to be a web site someone set up to
compile using csc for those that didn't have the SDK.  Not sure if that's
still around, but there might be info still on the www.go-mono.com web site
about that.  Try there first.

You'll want to post your code to this list after you've written it, and
someone will add it to CVS for you.

Nick D.