[Mono-list] Visual Studio and non-Windows deployment
brian at bsquaredsen.co.uk
Wed May 10 08:38:54 EDT 2006
There is another IDE - X-Develop from www.omnicore.com but it is not free.
Currently there is a free beta available to download.
On 5/10/06, Glen Farrell <glensmono at telus.net> wrote:
> Hi, I'm just looking into Mono, and trying to get a handle on exactly what
> is there, and what I need to do. First of all, I gather there's currently no
> Mono IDE for a Windows environment? I did glance at the MonoDevelop page,
> but it said it's only for Linux and Mac - is there any plans/timeline for
> this to be extended to Windows? Or is there another IDE I'm missing?
> Anyway, without a Mono IDE I guess I'm looking at using Visual Studio. (I
> realize I could use gtk#/Glade - but I'd rather have a full blown IDE, even
> if it means a bit more hassle when it comes to deploying). Now, I read the
> FAQ, and it said that I could still code in Visual Studio, and have my
> program run using Mono (as long as I avoided anything specific to .Net 2.0).
> But I'm unclear on how that applies to multi-platform deployment ... what
> would be involved in getting my program (writting in Visual Studio under
> Windows) running on a Mac or Linux box?
> And one more question - at the very start of the FAQ, it lists a bunch of
> different libraries. The first few have links, but most don't ... where do I
> get these other libraries from? (like Mono.Data, Mono.XML ...)
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