[Mono-winforms-list] RE: porting System.Windows.Forms
applications fromWindows to Linux
Pedro Martínez Juliá
pedromj at gmail.com
Sun Feb 26 05:21:31 EST 2006
El dom, 26--2006 a las 12:11 +0530, vijaya raghava mutharaju escribió:
> What was the fix in System.Windows.Forms.dll ? Is it related
> to OpenFileDialog class ? Is it in version 188.8.131.52_0 ?
> I had a similar thought regarding the UI icons. But it was
> just a guess. Windows uses different default icon for Forms while Mono
> uses its default icon that of a monkey. This doubt again recurred when
> there was a term Mime Icon in the Stack trace.
> How should I get around it?
> If I change source code in Linux of an application which
> was built in Windows like what Iam doing, then how should I build it
> in Linux again ?
If your application is in a VS.NET project you can import it in
MonoDevelop and build with it. Also you can install prj2make-sharp,
convert your "csproj" file with "prj2make-sharp App.csproj" and use
"make" for builidng it.
> Thank you.
> On 2/26/06, Jackson Harper <jackson at ximian.com> wrote:
> Are you guys sure that the initial directory has anything to
> do with
> this? To me it looks like its just failing trying to find all
> the UI
> icons. We really should have all this mime stuff wrapped in a
> Am Sonntag: What linux distro are you using?
> On Sat, 2006-02-25 at 23:24 +0100, Alexander Olk wrote:
> > Am Sonntag, den 26.02.2006, 01:16 +0530 schrieb vijaya
> > mutharaju:
> > > Iam using the latest version of mono only -
> 184.108.40.206. I did set
> > > the InitialDirectory property to "/root". If I leave it
> empty, then
> > > also it is giving an exception.It is saying that it cannot
> find the
> > > path specified.Are there any escape sequences in Linux
> that we should
> > > be aware of like in Windows it is '\'.
> > >
> > > For eg: directory - "D:\Programs" is specified as
> > > \Programs".
> > >
> > > In Windows it is working even though I specified as
> "/root". Since it
> > > is not there, it is neglecting it and opening the default
> > So, I tried with empty InitalDirectory, with "/root", with
> > and whatever...
> > No exception, nothing. If InitialDirectory isn't found it
> uses the
> > current directory. My guess is, that your installation picks
> up the
> > wrong System.Windows.Forms dll as I fixed this not so long
> > Cheers
> > Alexander Olk
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