[Mono-list] I would love to start a project to right a GUI

Bernhard Spuida bernhard@icsharpcode.net
Fri, 19 Jul 2002 11:06:12 +0200

>Maybe there is no need to write this from scratch. There is already 
>open source project named SharpDevelop
>(http://www.icsharpcode.net/opensource/sd/). Because of it's using
>WinForms it does'nt run under linux yet, but it might be a good point 
>start from. As far as I can remember the author participated in the 
>discussion on this list some days ago, so I think he is interested in
>making it run under linux.

As now the mono compiler supports csc style options, we at the 
#develop project plan to get mcs working as a backendbinding 
(shameless_plug>(Yes, you can plug in other compilers - we can do 
Java (the Real Thing) too, for example)</shameless_plug>. Then 
#develop can be used for mono development at least on win32.
We'll keep you posted.
c# ya,

                Bernhard Spuida
                #develop senior word wrangler

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