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J. de Hooge info at geatec.com
Tue Jan 17 21:03:13 CET 2006

The roadmap indeed makes quite clear that I'll have to wait quite a bit with
regard to WinForms, since I use many of the 2.0 features.



Jacques de Hooge

info at geatec.com


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[mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] Namens Tim Riley
Verzonden: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 5:40 PM
Aan: Discussion of IronPython
Onderwerp: Re: [IronPython] (no subject)


>From what I understand System.Windows.Forms is not complete in Mono as of
yet. You might want to check out
http://www.mono-project.com/Mono_Project_Roadmap for an idea of what mono
currently can and can't do. 

In the future you might want to look into GTK# for cross platform

Good Luck,
Tim Riley

On 1/17/06, J. de Hooge < info at geatec.com <mailto:info at geatec.com> > wrote:



I've written quite some code in IP using Forms (from .NET 2.0)  on Windows,
but I may have to port that to Linux for a customer.

Currently I don't have a Linux machine at my disposal.

Does anyone have experience with System.Windows.Forms under Mono?

Is it compatible with Forms 2.0 under Windows?

How complete/bugfree is it. Are things like drag&drop implemented properly?
Is layout management o.k.?


In Windows I can just start a MSIL exe and it will be "interpreted" by the
.NET VM , rather than directly run on the processor.

Does it work the same on Mono, or do I first have to enter a specific

How well do Mono apps mix with "regular" Linux apps?


And (sensitive question?) how mainstream is Mono, e.g. as compared to the
Java platform?


Thanks for the trouble to be taken

Jacques de Hooge

info at geatec.com




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