[MonoDevelop] Can I use the Microsoft compilers with Monodevelop 2.2b2 on Windows?

Ian Norton-Badrul Ian.Norton-Badrul at thales-esecurity.com
Fri Oct 30 14:53:14 EDT 2009

If you use makefiles there is no reason you can't use a compiler other than gmcs. The same in vstudio if you use nmake. This also holds true for c or c++ projects


On 30 Oct 2009, at 18:11, "Ozgur Akgun" <ozgurakgun at gmail.com<mailto:ozgurakgun at gmail.com>> wrote:

Just wondering, does VS let its users choose Mono compiler instead of MS compiler?

2009/10/28 richardtallent <<mailto:richard.tallent at gmail.com>richard.tallent at gmail.com<mailto:richard.tallent at gmail.com>>

I like the MonoDevelop IDE better than SharpDevelop or VS Express 2008, but I
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#<http://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
the IDE.

Is this option hidden somewhere, or is MonoDevelop only capable of building
with the Mono compilers?

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