[Mono-list] DLL Created in Visual Basic 6.0 can run on cross platform
pedro.alvesjr at gmail.com
Fri May 22 11:02:38 EDT 2009
An alternative would be using Jabaco (www.jabaco.org). You write sourcecode
similar to VB6 and with Jabaco you can compile it to bytecode which is
similar to the output of the Java programing language.
If the Jabaco generate code for the Mono would be great! But... :/
2009/5/22 Rolf Bjarne Kvinge <rolflists at ya.com>
> > i have a .dll created in visual basic 6.0.
> > now i want to run that .dll in linux platform, so how can i do this?.
> Use wine (http://www.winehq.org/)
> > is it possible with mono framework?
> > if so then can you guide me how to start?, how to compile?, how to
> > execute?
> If you absolutely do not want to use wine, you need to convert your VB6
> dll/project/application to VB7+ using Visual Studio first, when you got it
> working in Windows, you just copy your application to a linux machine where
> you have mono installed and execute 'mono myapp.exe'.
> > can you tell me what are the steps to use mono framework?
> > i will be thankfull to all of you...
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