[Mono-list] .Net versions ... compatibility history
stifu at free.fr
Mon Aug 6 05:59:14 UTC 2012
I don't know of documentation for this, but Mono 2.4 is old, and I wouldn't
bother trying to support anything older. Besides, it'd be a pain to test
compatibility with so many frameworks, many bugs got fixed since then, etc.
Mono developers and users tend to use recent versions of the framework. Just
ask your users to upgrade if necessary. Otherwise, your development costs
will skyrocket, and your development team will be frustrated. :)
Anyway, from what you're saying, it sounds like you'd like to go for either
the 2.0 or 3.5 profile.
>> From: mono-list-bounces at .ximian [mailto:mono-list-
>> bounces at .ximian] On Behalf Of Stifu
>> Mono 2.4.x is compatible with .NET from 1.0 to 3.5.
>> With Mono 2.8, the .NET 1.x profile was dropped, and the 4.0 one was
> Thank you. But I expect we'll want to know which platforms our
> application will run on, and we'll want to be designing with these
> considerations in mind...
> Is this documented somewhere? What if I want to find this answer for
> ubuntu, or an older version of redhat, or fedora, etc...?
> I am guessing, somewhere in the source code, there's a readme that says
> "compatible with .Net version ___" And I can certainly go fetch all the
> different versions of source code and create an index... But I'm guessing
> there's a summary already written somewhere, or an easier way to do it,
> Thanks again...
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