[mono-vb] VN.net on unix/linux
monoman at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 18:23:49 UTC 2012
Depending on the version of VB.NET (8), you can simply run the binaries
with Mono, no need to even recompile, but some helper classes (for My) may
Try to run MoMA (http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA ) to gauge if other
dependencies/pitfalls may complicate things.
Hope it helps,
Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 9:33 AM, PeterNolan9 <peter at peternolan.com> wrote:
> I hope I have all the subscriptions correct.
> I have a vb.net application that is a console application. (used to be a
> windows application).
> It has occurred to us that if we are able to run it on all platforms then
> would be even more useful as a command. The alternatives are to re-write it
> into C++ or to make it work as is on unix/linux.
> I found your site and I wondered if a vb.net console application can be
> easily ported to other platforms.
> This forum looks quiet so I am kind of wondering if the product is really
> The application reads an excel spreadsheet and then pulls all the data out
> of the workbooks and processes that data. it can also connect to ODBC
> sources and write data to those ODBC sources.
> It is 45,000 lines of VB.net so converting it to C++ would be quite an
> Just wondering if someone can save us some work....
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