[Mono-list] how can i start with clicking?

A Rafael D Teixeira rafael.teixeirabr@terra.com.br
Mon, 06 Dec 2004 13:41:16 -0200


Hi,

On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 09:57, caner Sahan wrote:
> Hi;
> 
> When we write a program with mono,we are using console to start for
> .exe  .But i don't want to start my .exe file from console.How can i
> solve this problem?Is it possible? "click and start"?windows or linux
> not matter?

In Linux:

The best approach to deal with it in Linux is to create shell script
wrappers like those that exist for mcs/mbas/etc. in mono. These are
clickable to run.

Another way is to use binfmt kernel support to map .exe files to be
executed with mono (will render wine useless, unless someone has coded a
smarter selector that see if it is a managed exe or not and calls wine
or mono as needed).

In Windows:

With .NET runtime, they are fully clickable, but should be compiled as
winexe not to open a console window. 

If you have only mono installed in windows, you need to do .bat
wrappers, as we don't implement a native mscoree.dll or something
similar to start mono automatically for managed exes.

> 
> Regards 
> 
> Caner řAHAN
> 
> www.csharpnedir.com (One of the best .NET webside in Turkey about
> Mono)

Hope it helps,

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