Wed, 24 Nov 2004 18:47:07 -0600
I'm using SuSE Linux 9.1 Professional and I've installed Mono from the RMPs
at http://www.go-mono.com/archive/1.0.4/suse-91-i586/. One of the programs
it installs is monodevelop which shows up in my program menu under
development tools. I haven't used it yet, but it's similar to Visual Studio
.NET 2003. It's an IDE in which you can create project files. I don't know
if it will do ASP.NET, but I know it does C# class files. I'm having
trouble with it right now, because it is throwing an error that says
something about GTK. ASP.NET runs just fine. I have a test site up and
running at http://22.214.171.124/carl if you want to see it in action (the
web log piece isn't working because I haven't set the correct permissions on
the folder with the XML files, but I'll have that fixed shortly - the button
click example page is working). I just ordered a copy of SuSE Linux 9.2
Professional, so I'm looking forward to installing it. There's a good help
page for SuSE Linux at http://www.gotmono.net/gotmono/MonoSuseHowTo.html.
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> I've used C# and .NET in the Windows environment but would like to try
> it with my SuSE Linux 9.2 professional that comes with the VM and
> compiler. C# may be the best of the languages, Java with practical
> additions, e.g. structures.
> Is there an IDE available for development? a debugger? documentation?
> If so, where would I find these?
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