[Mono-list] The Mono Virtual Machine...

Timothy Graupmann tgraupmann at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 2 14:05:00 EST 2006


This isn't answering your question. But your question made me think about the
free VMWare player.


Which uses virtual machines.

Suse 10 has a pre-installed Linux virtual machine:

It would be cool if the Mono project maintained a developer virtual machine
like this. So anyone could just download the image and jump right into Mono

That would be most excellent,

--- Redefined Horizons <redefined.horizons at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm currently exploring Mono, and I hope to support Mono in an
> application that is currently being designed for MS Windows and .NET.
> I would like to ask some questions about the technical aspects of
> Mono. I browsed online, but couldn't really find what I was looking
> for. I'm not sure if the information is publicly available, but I will
> ask here.
> How do I learn about the virtual machine used in Mono? (I'm not sure
> if the "virtual machine" is the correct term. I'm talking about the
> software that actually executes the compiled byte code.)
> How do I learn about the compilers used in Mono?
> If I was interested in helping with the development of Mono, how would
> I get started?
> Thanks,
> Scott Heuy
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