aaron at hardwarehookups.com.au
Mon Mar 13 05:25:49 EST 2006
Perhaps the title of my post was misleading. I am not sure of the details
myself. Using Microsoft's gear under Windows, I can take a string that
contains a C# class and produce a class at runtime. I can go straight from
a string of code to an object that extends a base class in my main project
and then use it as if it were compiled with the main code.
Are you saying that I could perhaps compile a .SO file and read it back in
as an assembly as a work-around for Mono/Linux? I'm going to modularise the
project to allow rewriting of platform/devenv dependent parts such as sound
and GUI so if there is a simple workaround that will be more than sufficient.
At 06:18 PM 13/03/2006, Atsushi Eno wrote:
>>I'm presently working on my port to Linux thanks to a friend who is good
>>with Linux and Mono. He tells me however that at present compiling code
>>on the fly is not possible.
>>I was just wondering if this is any sort of priority to the Mono team and
>>when we might expect this capability to be ready for use.
>Maybe you mix different things. We already have CSharpCodeProvider.
>Its CodeCompiler (as well as MS.NET) just invokes C# compiler (mcs
>in mono, csc in MS.NET) which some people might not call "on the fly".
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