[Mono-list] Compiling solution on Linux

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Sun Dec 12 12:44:12 EST 2010

I don't know if you or your teacher realizes, but it's unnecessary for him to
recompile your app. Your exe compiled on Windows will work on Linux.

But if he really wants to compile from sources anyway, then he should simply
get MonoDevelop, which is in the default Ubuntu repository. Mono should
already be installed.

caio1985 wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I developed a C# solution on Windows with MonoDevelop IDE. These solution
> includes 3 projects where 2 of them creates an executable file and the
> other one a library which is used by the first ones. The project runs
> perfectly on Windows and probably will run on Linux.
> My teacher said that he wants the steps needed to compile and run the
> solution on his Ubuntu. Since I don't have Linux installed on my machine
> I'd like to know which steps should I describe to him so he can compile
> the solution and run my project as I do in Windows.
> Thanks in advance,
> Caio

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