[Mono-list] Mono compatibility with .Net

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Tue May 10 11:45:26 EDT 2011

Mono does support LINQ. But it doesn't support the Entity Framework.
This means no LINQ to Entity, naturally, but there is still LINQ to SQL
(although it's in beta / some features are missing... "Mostly done", says
the Compatibility page). LINQ to Objects and pals are also supported.

TheVegan wrote:
> Thank you for your reply, jmalcolm. During our team meetings on migrating
> to .NET we discussed many possibilities, some of which included use of MVC
> and LINQ. If Mono does not have any support or evil twin brother for LINQ
> I am not sure it will be plausible for me to use Mono.
> I am not the only developer who works on on Intranet and all the others
> happily work on Windows machines and therefore will be all programming on
> .NET, which potentially holds extra issues for me, since some of my work
> may overlap theirs.
> On my Windows VM I do use Visual Studio, though I would want to completely
> move to Mono (basically rid my computer of Windows software). If I would
> still need the VM for testing and further modifications in Visual Studio,
> I would simply stick with the VM solution.
> Oh well, thank you for your insightful help.

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