16 Feb 2003 11:10:57 -0500
VB.NET support is being worked on in the "mbas" compiler. However, it
hasn't been distributed in any of the RPMs to date (despite it being
documented as such, and intending too...). With luck it'll make it into
the next release (0.20), which is due Real Soon Now (TM). How soon?
When the regressions are fixed... (As seen on #mono!)
If you don't want to wait that long, the only alternative is to grab the
"mcs" module from CVS. The mbas compiler is in the mbas directory.
Unfortunately, building CVS can be a "enlightening experience" (see
README.building; enlightenment comes when you say "so *that's* what I
need to do!"), so it's probably easier to just wait for the next
On Sun, 2003-02-16 at 03:39, David Timmins wrote:
> Hello Miguel,
> My name is David. I am a longtime fan of Linux, and have finally assembled a
> dedicated Linux box at home. Learning this OS has been interesting at the
> very least, yet very satisfying.
> I am also a beginning programmer. I'm not trying to knock MS, because I
> think that they do release some great ideas and products. But the licensing
> issues! They can be difficult.
> I'll be taking VB.Net in the fall. My college has nothing but MS boxes,
> which is fine for them, but I want to be able to work on my Linux box at
> I was looking at go-mono.com. What software do I need to do this? Where do I
> get it? Did I miss something on the site? It looked more like a collection
> of reports than anything else.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thank you,
> David Timmins
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