[Mono-list] Where to start?

Danny dgortonii at gmail.com
Wed Mar 3 10:45:33 EST 2010

You might also run your app through MoMA: http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA

Stifu wrote:
> Hello,
> 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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