[Mono-list] existing managed C++-libraries for Mono and

Freddy BL freddy_bl@hotmail.com
31 Jul 2002 09:54:50 -0700

whats with csgl?
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 16:54:49 +0000
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>No, you're wrong here. Mixed code is certainly possible.
>Consider this code, for example:
>Notice how cout and System.Console both used at the same time.
>It's also possible to create pure .NET code using MC++,

Hmmm... that sounds good. :-)
I think thats something, what we _must have_ for Mono. :-D

But how would like to look a compiler like this for Mono?
* Is it better, if anyone extend the g++ to create .net-code, too ?
* Or is it better to create a complete new C++-compiler, which is mostly 
compatible to the MSC++.net-compiler (and which used only a few code of g++ 
and other compilers, which are GPL) ?
* Or is it better, to create a new compiler, which is then part of the 
GNU-Compiler-Collection (GCC), like gcc, g++, gcj, f77, etc ?

What of these three possibililies is the best?

Freddy BL

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