[Mono-list] Install Mono on Vosual Studio
inorton at gmail.com
Tue Jul 2 15:46:23 UTC 2013
Don't get lazy with file paths either, make use of Path.Combine() rather
than just joining strings with "\" :)
On 2 July 2013 16:12, Abe Gillespie <abe.gillespie at gmail.com> wrote:
> By and large you develop for Mono without changing any of your
> Win/.Net habits. Often you can write your app top-to-bottom on
> Windows, copy the bin to a Lin/Mono box, and be done. There are a few
> caveats such as P/Invoke and 3rd-party tools that use Windows-specific
> functionality. Even these cases you can sometimes work-around with
> proper dll-mapping configuration on Mono. Then there are cases where
> Mono hasn't implemented certain features of the .Net platform (though
> that is more & more rare these days). Also, you need to be aware of
> path and case-sensitivity between *nix and Win.
> Though it's a bit dated, you should read through -
> Finally, a great tool that helps identify a number of portability
> issues is MoMA - http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA
> Good luck.
> On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:00 AM, GeneralBouLi <generaljeje at free.fr> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Sorry to disturb you. I develop on Visual Studio since 1 year. I begin
> on a
> > multi-OS application and i see Mono can halp me. Can you explain how i
> > use it on Visual Studio 2008/2010 or 2012. I read explication on site
> but i
> > don't understand all of them.
> > Thanks.
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