[Mono-list] 1.0 Release and Developing in VS.net (VB)
Mon, 10 May 2004 20:18:53 -0400
Just to elaborate on this, it depends on what your VB app uses. See
also the "vb.net applications on linux" concurrent thread.
If you avoid the VB runtime classes (anything under
Microsoft.VisualBasic), you should be safe. Using ``Option Strict On''
will help with this.
Some parts of the VB runtime classes are implemented, and should work
for Mono 1.0, but not everything. In particular, I doubt that the
late-binding VB infrastructure (which allows you to invoke arbitrary
methods on System.Object) will be fully operational.
The only way to be sure is to try it under Mono. :-)
Please report any bugs you find.
On Mon, 2004-05-10 at 17:57, Erik Dasque wrote:
> 1.0 includes a preview of a VB.NET compiler and runtime. In Mono 1.2
> (Q4/2004) we'll support it fully.
> On May 10, 2004, at 12:37 PM, Bryan Andrews wrote:
> > Will the 1.0 release support DLL's built with VB in VS.net? If so will
> > there be any support or documentation on how to do this with the
> > release?
> > I assume this would mean no client side script blocks in VB.net...
> > Thanks for clarification.
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