[Mono-list] Mono and its limitations

Marco Trapanese info at femtotech.it
Tue Mar 31 02:37:36 EDT 2009


I'm from Italy and I'm sorry if my English is not so good. I hope it's good
enough to explain whatever I'm going to say :-)

I'm new to Mono and I read through the forum and the website.
Anyway I'm not sure I understood all its qualities and limitations.

To simplify the question, let me to use an example:

"I install the Mono IDE on a Windows machine and a Debian Linux one. I can
develop code in VB.NET on both ones and the compiled files will be executed
on both as well. I can also use my .NET third-party library (eg.
http://www.dundas.com/Products/Gauge/NET/index.aspx) on Linux machines."

The sentences I've just write are true? Otherwise what I can't do?

I'd like to use Mono instead of Visual Basic .NET Express in order to
develop cross-platform application.

Thanks in advance
Marco Trapanese

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