[Mono-list] Using the Microsoft class libraries with the Mono CLR

Evan Clarke evanclarke@fastmail.fm
Tue, 19 Oct 2004 18:19:39 +1000

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I am investigating performing some performance benchmarking between the
Mono and Microsoft .NET environments as part of a study requirement.

I have narrowed it down to comparing the performance of some of the
standard class libraries as implemented by both Mono and Microsoft.  The
only fair way to benchmark these would be in the same environment, and
using the same CLR to remove the possibility of one JIT-er being better
than the other - as this is outside the intended testing scope.

Ideally I would like to run both the Mono and Microsoft standard class
libraries using mono under the Linux environment.  Is this even possible
- or is there plenty of P/Invoking going on in there?

Thanks for your time.
Evan Clarke <evanclarke@fastmail.fm>
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