[Mono-list] Some questions about mono
Miguel de Icaza
07 Jan 2002 13:25:01 -0500
> 1. The License
These questions are addressed on the FAQ on the web site. But the short
answer is `yes, you can build commercial applications with it'. Stay
tuned, we have even better good news in the pipeline about this.
> So, is it possible, that you create a C-Sharp program, that changed the
> native-code Windows hull of the Assembly to an Unix hull. And a program,
> which changed a Unix hull to native-code Windows hull? And is it possible,
> that you write mint so, that it starts both: programs with a Windows hull
> and programs with an Unix hull?
In Linux there is a feature to register file handlers with the kernel.
You can find information about this feature here:
Let us know what you come up with.
> mcs-0.7.tar.gz includes the sources of mcs, which can only be compiled on
> Windows and mono-0.7.tar.gz includes the sources of the Interpreter which
> can only be compiled and started under Unix.
> Is it possible, that you create a compiled mcs, so that people only need to
> install mono-0.7.tar.gz to run and compile C-Sharp programs on Unix?
At this point the compiler still can not run on Linux, work is underway
to make this happen. When we are ready, we will be shipping a binary
(btw, the 0.7 release is pretty old, you want to use the snapshots