[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop for Windows
tdjastrzebski at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 11 04:41:06 EDT 2008
> thomas_j wrote:
>> I was under wrong impression that Mono Develop was for Windows as well,
>> but not just yet. I was thinking of porting my Windows app to GTK#, but
>> in this case I may first want to try porting it Mono implementation of
>> Windows Forms.
> Again: You don't need MonoDevelop to RUN mono apllications on windows.
> GTK#/mono apss run on windows when mono is installed.
> MonoDevelop is an IDE/Editor to write code. But you can write code with
> any other editor as well.
> So there is no reason why you shouldn't use mono/Gtk# to write apps for
Hi, I know but I am talking here about *porting application* - read:
redeveloping, not just running.
Surely, Mono Gtk# apps can be written in vi without designers and all this
stuff, but I would not advice that, unless it is just a school project.
Efficiency is the reason.
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