[mono-vb] how to compiler vb .Net 1.1
Rolf Bjarne Kvinge
rolflists at ya.com
Wed May 14 07:09:18 EDT 2008
1. Setup.exe is the install program and is a Windows-only executable,
not what you want to execute. In the soluction/project folder there normally
is a directory called bin/Debug or bin/Release, where you applications
executables are, try running any of those.
2. Thats the right command as long as you use the correct executable
(i.e. not setup.exe).
3. Vbncs syntax is exactly like vbcs syntax, so yes, you have to use
Microsofts syntax to compile on Mono.
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Subject: Re: [mono-vb] how to compiler vb .Net 1.1
Thanks for information, Rolf
Sorry, I have more questions:
1. I had compiled my source code in visual studio 2003, and runned it in
mono, but mono say "cannot open assembly setup.exe", what the meaning of
this, I run mono in vb2003's compiler or perhaps I should run mono in
installer's application. (sorry, this is very confusing me)
2. I think maybe my command is wrong, I run mono like this
#mono setup.exe ===> or I have to add more option in the command.
3. If I compile source code using vbnc, which one *.vb that I have to
choose, what I get one folder which contain 5 *.vb and many sub folder in
there. and what command I have using, I read msdn, that use vbc and command
vbc.exe /imports:Microsoft.VisualBasic,System Source.vb., if I compile using
vbnc, are it neccessary using sintax microsoft, but I use mono?
Thank you very much for the answer.
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