[Mono-list] Qestions on winform

Petit Eric surfzoid at gmail.com
Fri Dec 18 03:54:47 EST 2009

I work like this :
open your winform solution under linux, add an .desktop file to it,
ensure in project property, the feature "create a linux script/file"
is checked, make a right click on your solution , in the treeview, in
the contex menu use "Tool/generate make file".
So like that you will have now 2 solution :
- In the root dir of your solution : ./configure or ./autogen.sh
(depend of your preview choice) --prefix=/usr && make && sudo make
- Or Use my tool MonoOSC to build RPM and DEB of your software, this
is like that i deploy my win/linux app :-)

2009/12/17 Stifu <stifu at free.fr>:
> If I understand correctly, you just don't want your user to have to type
> command lines to start your application... Is that right? If so, this isn't
> a WinForms question at all, but a packaging / deployment one, or something.
> It's possible to create packages for your app (so they can be launched like
> native apps), but the method depends on the target OS.
> Have a look at this page:
> http://www.mono-project.com/Guide:Running_Mono_Applications
> kxw102 wrote:
>> Dear all, I am very glad to know this forum.
>> I am a windows user and a beginner to the MONO. Now I am tring to make the
>> first winform application, but it seems the .exe files is opend always
>> with the CMD window at backside? Could anyone to help me not to show this
>> CMD window?
>> Thank you.:working:
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