[Gtk-sharp-list] Porting .NET application to Mono on Win32

Francisco T. Martinez martinf@mfconsulting.com
Thu, 02 Sep 2004 07:30:56 -0500

I spoke with the maintainer of all things remoting in the Mono Project 
(Lluis Sanchez) in the #mono channel at irc://irc.gimp.org.  Please see 
an extract of the conversation below:

<lluis> the format is interoperable so it will work... unless it 
serializes classes between the client and the server that have a 
different internal structure in MS.NET and mono
<paco> I just want to answer his email and tell him to post these sort 
of questions on [Mono-list] as opposed to [Gtk-sharp-list]
<paco> and if it was Mono all accross (not witstanding Mono Win32 
client) it should work even if it had serialization?
<lluis> yes, no problem in this case

Hope this helps


Aleksandar Dezelin wrote:

>Ok, but what about remoting? Is there any incopatibilities between Mono 
>and .NET regarding remoting? I would like to run a remoting server on a linux 
>box and clients on win32 both using GTK# instead of Windows.Forms. Is it 
>On Thursday 02 September 2004 11:30, Francisco T. Martinez wrote:
>>It does contain glade-2.exe but it does not contain a debugger.
>>A lot of people now use Visual Studio .NET 2003 to develop their Gtk#
>>applications so they can enjoy the debugging and some of the online help
>>that can be integrated in the IDE and later they rebuild or just run
>>within the Mono 1.0.1 Command prompt that you get with
>>mono-1.0.1-gtksharp-1.0.89-win32-0.6b.exe. You may also want to check
>>out the home of the Gtk# Win32 Installer for Microsoft .NET Framework
>>1.1 SDK at:
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