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[DotGNU]Re: [Mono-list] Mono / C# on PDAs

From: Adam Treat
Subject: [DotGNU]Re: [Mono-list] Mono / C# on PDAs
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 11:19:47 -0500
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AFAIK, mono does not have a working ARM port.  I've been told that 
DotGNU/Portable.NET has a working ARM port of ilrun, which also works with 
Qt#.  I would love to see a Qt# application running on the zaurus!  If you 
have any extra sitting around gathering dust I'd be willing to test this, 
hehe ;)  Of course, if you'd like to have a go yourself, I'd be happy to 
answer any questions you might encounter :-)



On Sunday 24 November 2002 10:40 am, Stefan Matthias Aust wrote:
> Hi!
> I bought myself a Sharp Zaurus SL-5500G (a Linux based PDA with the
> usual pocket PC stats and a small extending-keyboard).  I'd like to
> program for that machine and I'm looking now for interesting and
> productive languages.  All I know right know is that I will not use
> C/C++.  I bought it also because of its Java support, but PersonalJava
> is an old standard and its not really integrated with Qt/Qtopia.
> So I thought that C# (Mono plus qt#) might be a good alternative,
> especially if it would support jitted code.  Is there any chance to use
> Mono?  Does the jitter already support ARM instructions?  Would it be
> too large and/or too slow for programs?  I think, Microsoft has a
> special mobile .NET version (stripped down runtime libraries, don't
> know?).  Will mono support this, too?

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