[mono-vb] mono-vb and project files

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Thu Apr 9 01:50:56 EDT 2009

I'm using coding conventions straight out of the vb.net tutorial on 
http://www.java2s.com/ if that's any help.  I don't have Xwindows running 
on my debian box it's all command line interface.  I'll check apt-cache 
and see if there's a command line tool to build project files though on 
debian.  Thanks much for the pointers.

On Wed, 8 Apr 2009, Rafael Teixeira wrote:

> VB.net uses .vbproj, project files. It looks like you are trying to compile
> a VB 6.0(or older) project, which is not the same language and so it isn't
> supported by mono and vbnc.
> Also even .vbproj aren't supported directly by the compiler, you need to
> build them with a build tool (xbuild) or with an IDE (Monodevelop).
> Hope it helps,
> On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 1:26 AM, Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at shellworld.net>wrote:
>> Either I have the file format wrong for my tester.prj file or .prj files
>> aren't yet implemented.  To make a real test I put the file together with
>> the syntax below:
>> about.vb
>> inkey.vb
>> The InkeyMethod contained in inkey.vb was used several times inside of
>> about.vb.  Not valid identifier were the two errors I got when trying to
>> do vbnc tester.prj.  Two other ways to do these includes were also
>> identified.  Putting a link in for the file to be included and putting all
>> the pieces in a project folder then compiling against that project folder
>> would compile all that was found within the project folder.
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> -- 
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> ---------------------------------------
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