james at mansionfamily.plus.com
Sat Jan 12 03:41:03 EST 2008
Thomas Wiest wrote:
> To see if it "should" run, you can use Moma:
> To see if it does run (easily), you can use our Mono VMWare image:
If I was prepared to spend time doing that sort of thing, I'd test it
Look - I was just asking whether anyone else had tried it. If the
answer is 'no' then
Please don't respond to a question about whether you know something,
on how I can find that something out. You don't know and that's fine.
nobody knows. That's fine too.
Its only one step up from 'fix it yourself and send us the patch', after
all, and that's a
good way to put potential users off.
> Hope this helps,
I appreciate its an attempt to be positive, but as I say I think its an
answer to something
I didn't ask. If I had said 'how do I work around the lack of an up to
on my platform to test this' then that would be much more appropriate.
As it is, I doubt I'm alone in currently having no interest in actually
running mono, but
a significant interest in keeping an eye on whether it handles (and does
so with reasonable
performance) the sort of thing I might be interested in. I'm not even a
user, or indeed doing much dev on C# at all at the moment. But I do try
to keep an
open mind for platform for future projects. Some of the features in C#
attractive, after all.
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