[Mono-winforms-list] Has anyone implemented a virtual listview yet for Mono ?

Andreia Gaita shana.ufie at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 09:53:21 EST 2007

2.0 ListView's VirtualMode is being worked on currently. :)

andreia gaita

On 1/25/07, Phill Demoore <Phill.Demoore at antplc.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've been following the development of Mono for quite some time and have
> managed to get most of my c# application written for .Net 2 working.
> The original requirement was to write the application for windows only,
> but as more and more features have been added, it has become very useful
> and our Linux developers here have asked for a version they can use.
> I haven't been given any time to port something of this size to Java, so
> Mono seemed to be a good option.
> My first step was to get it compiling under Mono, this was made
> difficult initially as I had written it for .Net v2 using many of the
> new features for convenience. I started out by writing stub subclasses
> and methods to implement features not currently supported by Mono, in
> some cases the stub functions did nothing, and in other cases I
> implemented the drawing, events and other apis. Gradually I've been
> removing the stub functions as the features have been implemented, but
> still have not got to the stage where the application works totally and
> reliably.
> The main feature that my application uses is the virtual listview. I had
> originally downloaded the Microsoft version before it was introduced in
> .Net 2, and have relied on this very useful control in a number of
> places within my application.
> Does anyone have any idea when this will be implemented?
> I have toyed with the idea of actually contributing, but it would need
> to be from home, and I haven't had too much time recently.
> I did try to get the source building, but my initial attempt under
> windows failed, but I may try again under Linux.
> Keep up the good work.
> Regards
> Phill Demoore
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