[Mono-list] WPF development for Mono
stifu at free.fr
Tue Mar 6 07:17:54 UTC 2012
I doubt WinForms will be dropped anytime soon.
By the way, did you hear about XWT (https://github.com/mono/xwt)? This could
be a nice way to go forward without having to implement WPF.
That said, best of luck if you still want to implement WPF on top of Mono.
> Hello all!
> I am obviously new to the mailing list and would first like to introduce
> myself. I am Justin Scherer and I am currently a college student at North
> Central College. I am pursuing my degree in Computer Science. I have now
> been working with C# and WPF development for little over a year. I have
> also worked on many large scale projects dealing WPF and how the framework
> is built. I am new to trying to port or recreate all of this for Mono and
> I realize that this is a large task to try to accomplish. I also realize
> that just trying to get the basic framework down is going to take quite a
> long time. But, with all of this said, I feel that it needs to be done.
> Windows will be deprecating the Windows Forms quite soon, especially with
> the launch of Windows 8 just on the horizon. With the deprecation of
> Windows Forms, most of our tools for Mono go to waste since this is what
> we usually build all of our GUI applications around. I am seeing if there
> is any interest in pursuing this large t
> ask. If there is, feel free to email me at this address and we can start
> to see what it will take to get this project underway. Again, I realize
> the amount of work that will need to go into this and I also realize how
> much time we already put into our own lives. But, if enough support is
> there and we can get at least a basic framework built up, I feel that we
> can achieve this immense goal. Thank you for all of your time and lets see
> if we can get this project up and running.
> Justin C. Scherer
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at .ximian
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