[MonoDevelop] Running a Mono application without Mono installed?
dave.stockinger at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 08:14:30 EDT 2010
Ubuntu comes with some C# applications on-board (I can't remember which exactly), that's why mono is already installed on Ubuntu when rubbing it right out-of-the-box.
Am 26.10.2010 um 12:37 schrieb Quandary:
> Of course they are moving away.
> It's buggy, it's a patent risk, and it's lower performance and higher
> memory consumption than C/C++.
> They still include it by default because C# is very popular, and there
> aren't any good replacements for some C# requiring applications. As you
> saw, sometimes these replacements appear, and then they are
> incorporated, and the C# programs replaced.
> C# should be used for web-services, enterprise user programs or
> security-critical servers, and not for system programs.
> Am 26.10.2010 12:29, schrieb IBBoard:
>> Ubuntu, like a lot of the main distros these days, tends to include Mono
>> as a dependency for other things. I think they're trying to move away
>> from it to some degree (like replacing F-Spot with Shotwell), but those
>> that are more "user friendly" and less "hard-core FOSS" may well contain
>> On 26/10/10 11:25, raz3r wrote:
>>> Thanks! I'll take a look right now by the way...
>>> This is strange, I tryed to run my program on another PC with Ubuntu 10.04
>>> and it started, I only installed Wine and ATI drivers some months ago but I
>>> guess Wine does not use Mono. So maybe a compiler is already installed in
>>> Ubuntu 10.04?
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