[Mono-list] Seeking advice on using monodevelop to learn CSharp
stifu at free.fr
Mon Apr 12 03:02:29 EDT 2010
Solutions (sln), projects (csproj) and last but not least: C# code; it's all
exactly the same regardless of the IDE. There is nothing to recode, whether
you started with Visual Studio or MonoDevelop. You can open a Visual Studio
project in MonoDevelop, and vice versa.
You don't even need to recompile your code with MonoDevelop for it to work
on Linux. You can just use the exe directly. This means you can just stick
to a single IDE.
To run the exe, the most basic way to do it is through command line: "mono
Personally, I like to right click the exe and to select to run it with Mono
(an option that may not be there by default, but which will stick after
you've used it once, by selecting mono among the installed applications).
Look around the net for more information.
sai ram wrote:
> My Doubt is :
> 1. Assume, I created one Big App (1000 lines of code) in VS2008 Win Form
> Application on Windows. I installed MONO for VS2008 and executed
> 2. Now i want to run that files in SUSE Linux.
> For the 2nd Option, What I have to do in this foll options .... ?
> a. Install MonoDevelop (on windows), Study Mono Develop coding's & syntax,
> Using the new language, code the program (1000 lines of code) & Execute on
> windows. After execute deploy it in linux ?
> b. Or Just copy the VS2008 Codes and run in SUSE Linux Using Mono.
> Which option i have to do now......?
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> On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 9:37 PM, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
>> 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
>> >> is a .dat file or not.
>> > Because some users are running Windows and others Linux. Therefore I
>> > 2 programs serving them for the time being.
>> Mono is cross platform. The same exe will work on Windows and Linux.
>> one of the main characteristics of Mono, and I thought that was the
>> you chose to check it out.
>> satimis wrote:
>> > Regarding Java if an program needs JRE (Java Runtime Environment) and
>> > 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
>> 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
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