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[DotGNU]Re: [Mono-list] Xsharp (was Re: Hey Everaldo, have you seen this

From: Zaphod
Subject: [DotGNU]Re: [Mono-list] Xsharp (was Re: Hey Everaldo, have you seen this?)
Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2002 15:13:01 +0530
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On Sat, Sep 21, 2002 at 09:32:06AM +1000, Rhys Weatherley wrote:
> If you configure the system as "./configure --with-mono", it
> will attempt to build using mcs (I don't know if this will
> work - haven't tried it).  You still need csant and resgen
> to provide the build framework at the moment.  Feel free to
> send patches for building pnet-less.

Is csant and resgen written in C# (and thereby requiring it to run
it in pnet ?) ... I'm currently facing the issue with NAnt ..

> The important thing is whether it runs on Mono, not whether
> it compiles with Mono.  The exact means used to build the
> assemblies should be immaterial as long as a valid IL binary
> drops out the bottom.

Why should it not run on Mono ? ... It's standard IL , I hope ..
Also is it written in C# ? ... I heard someone say something about
recompiling the C code using pnet compiler to generate IL.. Is this
something like that or just the C# wrapper ?

> There are some kinds of race conditions that may be exploitable
> in toolkits like Gtk# or Qt#. 

Hmm... should try that soon .. ;-)

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