[MonoDevelop] Can I use the Microsoft compilers withMonodevelop 2.2b2 on Windows?
charlie at nunit.com
Fri Oct 30 14:34:41 EDT 2009
Of course they don't...
Next question: would it be a good thing for developers if they did?
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Subject: Re: [MonoDevelop] Can I use the Microsoft compilers withMonodevelop
2.2b2 on Windows?
Just wondering, does VS let its users choose Mono compiler instead of MS
2009/10/28 richardtallent <richard.tallent at gmail.com>
I like the MonoDevelop IDE better than SharpDevelop or VS Express 2008, but
can't find an option to use the Microsoft compiler (vbc.exe) when building
rather than the Mono compiler (vbcnc.exe).
I'm not convinced yet that I want to use the Mono compiler, nor am I sure
that the newest VB.NET/C# features are even available via the Mono compiler.
One step at a time, and right now I'm just trying to get my feet wet with
Is this option hidden somewhere, or is MonoDevelop only capable of building
with the Mono compilers?
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