[Mono-list] Mono/GTK# and Borland C#
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 12:03:48 +0900
Daniel Morgan wrote:
>For those who want an IDE on Windows, but SharpDevelop is too unstable
>and Visual Studio.net cost too much money. There is Borland C# Builder
>Personal. However, it is only for non-commercial use.
note that there are now express versions of vs.net ( in beta now ) that
are free. Its good that borland have offered an alternative, however
last time I checked it was fairly lacking in features.
>Has anyone built Mono's MCS/Class libraries with it or GTK# with it?
It requires the standard .net framework from microsoft so compiling mono
with it will be no different than using the csc from the commandline. ie
there is no borland c# compiler just an ide that uses the ms tools.