[mono-vb] Question about VB Runtime in Mono 1.2
Rolf Bjarne Kvinge
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Fri Nov 10 12:40:12 EST 2006
The runtime package is still 1.1.18 because there weren't really many
changes between 1.1.18 and 1.2.
The VB runtime isn't actually affected by winforms, it's only required to
run programs written in VB, and if it's a program using winforms, then the
winforms improvements will show up as well (as all the other improvements
In general the VB runtime is just a seperate assembly required to run VB
programs, and changes in other components will rarely affect it (just as
changes in the VB runtime will rarely affect other components).
I hope this makes things clearer for you :)
On Fri, 10 Nov 2006 18:03:35 +0100, Alfredo Torres <alftoro at gmail.com>
> I noticed that the Mono 1.2 VB Runtime rpm package for Suse 10.1 still
> indicates version 1.1.18. So assuming that no changes were made to the
> runtime for this release, does it still benefit from all the improvements
> that were made (e.g. WinForms)? I'm guess I'm still confused how the VB
> runtime fits into the Mono architecture and how changes to other
> affect it.
> Thanks in advance.
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