[mono-vb] Console Window???
Rolf Bjarne Kvinge
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Thu Oct 7 06:17:52 EDT 2010
Mono 2.4 is pretty old, can you update to 2.8 (which was released
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>I also have the DOS prompt issue.
>I have entered "-target:winexe" in the "Options > Compiler > Additional
>compiler arguments" field in MonoDevelop 188.8.131.52 to no effect.
>On the command line "vbnc -target:winexe Application.vb" yields the
>following but the DOS prompt persists in Windows.
>Visual Basic.Net Compiler version 0.0.0.5914 (Mono 2.4.2 - r)
>Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Rolf Bjarne Kvinge. All rights reserved.
>Assembly 'Application, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral,
>PublicKeyToken=null' saved successfully to '/path/to/Application.exe'.
>Compilation took 00:00:02.5703820
>Any help greatly appreciated!
>Klaus Siebke wrote:
>> The answers are:
>> No, the console is not supposed to be there and
>> Yes, you can turn it off by specifying the compiler option
>> In Monodevelop just go the the project properties and add this option to
>> the additional comiler flags.
>> Best regards,
>> MatrixC wrote:
>>> One problem I'm having,,, well, I'm not sure if it's a problem, a
>>> setting, or just how it is; when I compile a VB project with
>>> and run it on windows, behind the Frame/Form GUI, there's a empty
>>> window. With Microsoft's VB Compiler/IDE, that window doesn't exist, you
>>> can only see the Frame/Form.
>>> So, my question is... Is that console supposed to be there? Can I turn
>>> off? Or is it just the way MonoDevelop works?
>>> Thanks in advance,
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