[Mono-list] how to call a mono graphical app on windows without a terminal being shown?
stephane at omni-ts.com
Fri Jun 6 14:55:47 EDT 2008
Installer's don't normally know where Mono is installed, so having this
as part of a standard InstallShield deployment might be more difficult.
Has the idea of providing some sort of architecture specific bootstrap
process been discussed?
>>> "Jonathan Chambers" <joncham at gmail.com> 6/6/2008 12:41 PM >>>
Can't you make the start menu shortcut launch your app using mono?
On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Xavi de Blas <xaviblas at gmail.com>
> 1st thanks to all, still no success:
> -i prefer to avoid the creation of a windows c program if there's
> another solution
> Kornél, i tried the "monow" and it's nice because the windows
> exist but it contains no info and can be closed. But how to close it
> I suppose that compiling as a gui app will have the same problem as
> if we don't find how to close the terminal, the best solution should
> call mono and my app as a parameter from the desktop icon (without
> need of a .bat)
> any more ideas?
> how glade that it's included with mono on windows it's an exe that
> calls mono? is it selfcontained?
> thanks again
> 2008/6/6 Kornél Pál <kornelpal at gmail.com>:
> > Use monow.exe instead of mono.exe
> > Kornél
> > Xavi de Blas wrote:
> >> Sorry for the long subject of this email, but i have the
> >> problem:
> >> 1.- I don't find the way to call from windows "start" menu: mono
> >> chronojump
> >> 2.- As i don't find the way, i created a .bat, and this calls
> >> 3.- but the .bat leaves the console open all the time my app is
> >> This is not nice, and also some users close the console and then
> >> chronojump closes
> >> What is the best solution?
> >> Thanks
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