[Mono-list] Understanding a bit how things work
Carlos Alberto Cortez
calberto.cortez at gmail.com
Sat Mar 3 17:54:23 UTC 2012
Probably the Deployment page is a good starting point:
2012/3/3 Charles Krinke <charles.krinke at gmail.com>
> I have worked with mono before but it has been a little while and I
> now have a Windows project including a solution file and I can open
> and partially compile that project in mono-develop. I can also invoke
> gmcs from a command line and see there is a /usr/bin/mono/ directory.
> So far so good.
> I am searching for a few clues on how packages are installed and
> searched with mono as I need to understand how to use (or wean)
> WinForms, DirectX and slimDX in this new project.
> Perhaps this is all written down in wiki's somewhere and I have been
> googling a bit, so some search terms (other then "mono" or go to
> http://mono-project.com which I have already done) are a helpful
> I think part of the answer is going to be "how does gac work?" as I
> think that is part of what allows one to bring in various packages.
> In any case, I am searching for a few ends in the big ball of string
> that I can follow and increase my understanding as I embark on a mono
> project that contains WinForms and DirectX.
> Charles Krinke
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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