[mono-vb] VBNC with multiple vb files
Rolf Bjarne Kvinge
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Wed Mar 3 19:45:50 EST 2010
> Looking for help......
> 1) I am using Visual Studio 2003 which is the best version to use with
> VB & Mono?
Anything <= VS 2005 (since Mono only supports VB8, which came with VS 2005)
> I had to edit my solution files to include a Sub Main() to make the
> project compile and run ok.
> 2) What is the best way to compile a solution with multiple vb modules?
> I presume you need to create a kind of makefile.bat like in the old
> I guess there must be a kind of compile and link phase.....
> Are thee any examples VBNC.exe batch files/command lines parameters
> posted anywhere?
Vbnc.exe takes the same command line parameters as vbc.exe, here are a few
samples: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/4dehewf5.aspx - just use
vbnc instead of vbc.
To compile several files at once, just do:
vbnc file1.vb file2.vb -out:myprogram.exe
When you build a project in Visual Studio, you'll also get the command line
to vbc in the output window.
> Thanks in advance for your input,
> Also known as Nick
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