[Mono-list] More getting started
Tue, 04 May 2004 20:26:08 +0200
On Tue, 2004-05-04 at 20:08 +0200, Richard Torkar wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-05-04 at 12:49 -0500, Collin Starkweather wrote:
> ** SNIP **
> > Thanks! I think some more specific questions would be in order. Can
> > someone just give me the process to create, compile, and execute a
> > "Hello World"?
> $ cat myfile.cs
Obviously this should read lalle.cs ..... *gnnn*
> using System;
> class X
> public static void Main ()
> Console.WriteLine ("Hello World");
> $ mcs lalle.cs
> Compilation succeeded
> $ mono lalle.exe
> Hello World
> > I found documentation on MonoDevelop, but a google of vs.net only turned
> > up http://www.vs.net. Is it a Win or Lin IDE? Where do I find it? And
> > can anyone offer recomendations for an IDE based on their experience or
> > the word on the street?
> VS.NET is Visual Studio .NET by Microsoft. www.microsoft.com is the
> place to look for VS.NET.
> MonoDevelop is what I like and use. www.monodevelop.com
> > Also, I emerged the Gentoo package, and I see the following binaries:
> > freak root # qpkg --list mono | grep bin
> ** Long listing snipped **
> > What are the *.exe files and how are they used?
> exe files are the "binaries".
> "mono myfile.exe" executes the myfile.exe.
> If you emerged it through gentoo then you should have read what to do if
> you only want to type: "./myfile.exe" instead of always needing to type
> "mono" in front of every *.exe. If you missed it go read the .ebuild for
> mono-0.31 please (look at the end of that file).
> > And one more general question. Can Mono apps compiled on Linux be used
> > on Windows in the same way that bytecode can be used across platforms
> > with Java?
> Well the simple answer is yes... It depends on how the binary was made,
> i.e. if it has any dependencies to libraries or parts of the .NET
> framework which is not yet implemented by Mono. But your Hello World
> example should work ;-)
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