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frodo44
post Mar 21 2003, 08:08 PM
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Seems like it was a couple of months ago I saw an article or something (I think on sourceforge) for a development project to port the .net platform to linux. I was just wondering if anybody knew anything about it because I prefer writing in C# rather than regular C/++ because it's a lot easier. If anyone has any info or links it would be much appreciated.


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post Mar 24 2003, 08:56 AM
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The project is called "Mono". There is a lot of promise in this project, and is being closely watched by every developer in the industry. The team that make up the mono-project have worked really hard recently, and have make extensive advancements. You can sign up for their weekly newsletter here, or you can visit their website at www.go-mono.org.


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