[Mono-list] I give up
Wed, 7 Apr 2004 23:30:17 -0700
I'm interested to know what your (and others') problems with GTK# are and
what you mean by "support" -- are you finding it difficult to learn, in
other words would better documentation help? Or are you finding it difficult
to use, things aren't working as advertised, that kind of thing?
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> Subject: [Mono-list] I give up
> After trying to work with Mono, Portable.NET, Qt, and KDE, I've
> realized that
> I'm fighting a battle that I cannot win. Mono supports Gtk# (and
> GTK+) to the
> exclusion of any other platform. Portable.NET is behind their own SWF
> implementation, but at least they are a bit more agnostic. The Qt/KDE
> community seems to find the entire concept of C# and its use of
> metadata and
> JIT compilation repulsive.
> I'm tired of trying and failing. I'm tired of having no one to
> support me. I'm
> tired of feeling isolated and alone.
> It's just not worth it. Maybe I will end up Windows XP and .NET.
> Who knows. I
> just know that the Free software community has got to be the most
> hostile and
> intolerant group of people I have ever encountered.
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