[mono-vb] Building Project with VBNC
ozzamon3000 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 15:45:35 EDT 2008
Is there any way I can make VBNC output native linux assemblies? (Not binary
Rolf Bjarne Kvinge-2 wrote:
>> Is there any way I can compile a Windows Forms Solution/Project using
>> VBNC and make it able to be run natively on linux?
> First: you can use the same assemblies VS generates, just copy them to a
> linux machine and you should be able to execute them (typing 'mono
> myprog.exe' in a terminal)
> Now if you want to use vbnc, that's also possible. Vbnc is mono's
> of MS' vbc compiler, it takes exactly the same arguments. ('vbnc /?' will
> get you some basic help, otherwise you can search msdn for vbc, the same
> information is applicable to vbnc too).
> The easy way to get the command line arguments is to compile in VS, look
> the output window/tab in VS, it will contain the arguments passed to vbc
> ('vbc file1.vb ...'), copy the entire line, paste in a linux terminal,
> replace 'vbc' with 'vbnc' and hit enter. If the compiler isn't able to
> compile, it's most probably a compiler bug and bug reports are welcome :)
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