[mono-vb] what's Mono version support .net 3.5 run at Mac os
stifu at free.fr
Tue Oct 13 04:34:02 EDT 2009
PS: you don't have to run MoMA on OSX. You can just do so from Windows if
it's more convenient for you, it's the same.
> Just try it. :)
> If you download MoMA, you'll have the latest Mono definitions (ie: 2.4),
> so your app will be tested against Mono 2.4. You can download older
> definition files from the MoMA downloads, too, in case you'd like to know
> if your app may work with older Mono versions.
> Note that MoMA telling you your app will work or not is not sufficient,
> only an indication, you need to actually test it.
> Lung wrote:
>> i think i have to download moma and install it on mac ox and then run
>> program for check and Moma will tell me what's mono version support.True
>> or False
>> Stifu wrote:
>>> To run your app on OSX, you just have to install Mono there and directly
>>> run your exe with it.
>>> I suggest you check out MoMA first though: http://mono-project.com/MoMA
>>> Lung wrote:
>>>> i write some program by vb.net 2008 and SQL Server 2008
>>>> i want to run my program on Mac os,
>>>> How to do it? and what's Mono version support
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