[Mono-list] Mono and Windows CE

Daniel Hughes trampster at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 03:50:21 UTC 2014

WinCE/Compact Framework has never been supported by mono as far as I
know. And it is not even supported by microsoft in Visual Studios
newer then 2008.

If your client wants to support WinCE then they need windows in there
toolchain period. If they ready dislike windows that much then why do
they sell a WinCE product.

On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 7:39 AM, Bo Gusman <bo at bogusville.us> wrote:
> On 4/3/2014 11:22, Justin Dearing wrote:
> Bo,
> Do you already have a Visual Studio license? If so what do you expect to
> gain from this? Are your over the air DLL updates not through activesync?
> If you want to take visual studio out of the equation, another option is
> SharpDevelop.
> Justin
> Hi Justin.
> The customer does not want to use *any* sort of MS platform in their
> production chain, that is, they don't want to develop and compile these dlls
> on a Windows box, period, using any sort of Windows based tool. AFAIK,
> SharpDevelop is Windows only so that is not a solution. The Mono C# compiler
> may be an option, but only if I can compile a DLL on a linux box that will
> load and run properly on the WinCE device.
> We'll conveniently ignore that the app itself is developed on VS 2008 on
> Windows 7 :)
>     Bo
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