[Mono-list] Where to start?

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Wed Mar 3 09:45:22 EST 2010


Yes, 100% managed code should run on Mono (if not, it's a bug in Mono).
For the record, the WinForms implementation of Mono has some rough edges,
but it's slowly getting better (bug reports and patches are welcome).

Yes, you can just copy the exe and run it with Mono. You can try it on
Windows, too. Install Mono for Windows, run the Mono command prompt, go to
your application folder, and type "mono yourapp.exe". It's basically the
same on Linux, but I prefer to add Mono to the explorer context menu, so I
can just right click the exe and choose to run it with Mono.

Ben K wrote:
> I have some basic questions on how to get my program running on Mono.My
> Windows Forms .NET application uses 1000managed code, no use of InterOp
> classes.  Is this a good candidate to run on Mono?How do I run on Mono? 
> Can I just copy the portable executable generated by Visual Studio onto a
> Mono host and it will run?Thanks.

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