[mono-vb] Compile Visual Basic 6 Codes to Exe File
stifu at free.fr
Mon Nov 15 05:05:27 EST 2010
VB6 is not .NET, so Mono does not support it.
Mono only supports VB.NET.
> Hi there,
> I have quite a few Visual Basic 6 codes which I use to automate some
> repetitive tasks in my work. I do not particular like this language but
> have used it nevertheless simply because the VB can be run on PC with any
> MS Office.
> The pain with the VB code is that every time I have to open excel/word to
> get the code run. Obviously, if it can be compiled into a standalone
> executable file, that would be great. I've done some Google searches which
> led me here. It gives me the impression that Mono seems to be able to do
> the compilation. (I do not have MS IDE of course). I may be wrong on this.
> Please correct me if I am wrong or let me know how to compile the VB code
> to exe file.
> I am open to other suggestions as well - just need a code that can do
> keyboard simulations.
> Many thanks!
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