[Mono-list] Learning mono...chapter 3

Clark Endrizzi cendrizzi at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 22:38:07 EST 2006

Great work!

I'm developing my first Linux applicatoin using mono and have no idea how to
use autotool or deb stuff.  I'll be sure to use it.


On 1/10/06, Salvatore Scarciglia <s.scarciglia at hyperphar.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> happy new year to all the users of the list !!
> To learn more about mono and .NET framework and to simplify my job, I have
> developed a little application to create a deb package from my mono
> application
> output.
> It simply uses the following inputs:
> - link to compiled application (the "exe" file)
> - an optional link to an icon for my app
> - minimal application's info
> and generate in output a DEB package able to install my application and
> create
> a launcher in the menu for it (the package of this application, called
> "monodeb
> express edition", is generated with the application itself and can be
> donwloaded at my web site. See signature.) with the provided icon.
> In the future I'd like to develop an "Advanced edition" to support all the
> features of the apt package system and also create an AddIn for
> MonoDevelop to
> make the tool available inside the IDE.
> I hope this can be useful for some of you. As soon as possible also the
> source
> code will be available.
> Bye
> Salvatore ---------------------<|
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-Clark Endrizzi
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