[Mono-list] Mixing Mono and .NET dlls?

Victor Rocha rocha.pusch at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 16:23:09 EST 2009

About one year ago, I got the webbrowser working for both linux and windows,
using gecko-sharp.
There are tutorials about it on the web.

I´m not sure about the gluezilla that you mentioned, maybe it is the same
thing? I thik things in fact have gotten better, in latest mono versions.

Well, I´m just writing to say that it is indeed possible to have a
multi-platform project using mono and a webbrowser control, you should give
it a try.


On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 7:26 PM, fevans <fevans at harris.com> wrote:

> Miguel's blog on Mono.Options, got me wondering (again) about hybrid
> projects.
> http://tirania.org/blog/archive/2009/Feb-21.html
> On the technical side, what are the advantages and pitfalls of mixing dlls
> from both stacks. I develop mainly in Visual Studio. Can I include
> Mono.Options.dll  in my .NET project?
> Another Mono widget I'm contemplating is the Webbrowser form. I use the
> .NET
> webbrowser form, but I'm not happy with its performance. Also, it doesn't
> work on linux.  I would like to try the mono/gluezilla widget.
> Can I simply include Mono.System.Windows.Forms in Visual Studio?
> And then there's the legal question. Is there anything wrong with swapping
> out bits of .NET with Mono?
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