[Mono-list] Seeking advice on using monodevelop to learn CSharp

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Sun Apr 11 12:07:35 EDT 2010

satimis wrote:
>> Why would you need to create 2 programs, and where does the .dat file
>> come into the equation? It'd still be one single program, whether there
>> is a .dat file or not.
> Because some users are running Windows and others Linux.  Therefore I need
> 2 programs serving them for the time being.

Mono is cross platform. The same exe will work on Windows and Linux. That's
one of the main characteristics of Mono, and I thought that was the reason
you chose to check it out.

satimis wrote:
> Regarding Java if an program needs JRE (Java Runtime Environment) and it
> can't find it on Windows during execution, it'll ask permission to
> download it on Internet and install it on Windows as well.  Only ONCE.  
> Should my recollection is correct.  I don't run Windows often only for
> testing.  If I'm wrong please correct me.  Thanks.
> Will GTK# be the same?

Whether it is Java, .NET or GTK#, it only needs to be installed once (unless
you need a more recent version than the one installed).

I guess you should just try this all out, and it'll clear things up for you.
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