[Mono-dev] Migrating Mono 2.0. Crossplatform GUI components.
debackerl at gmail.com
Mon May 19 10:10:18 EDT 2008
Is the GUI part of Plastic SCM free/open-source? I only see marketing for
your commercial package, which is a bit overskill if someone wants your
On Sun, May 18, 2008 at 11:38 AM, pablosantosluac at terra.es <
pablosantosluac at terra.es> wrote:
> We've developed a small set of controls for Plastic SCM to make our GUI
> fully portable using winforms.
> You can take a look at some screenshots here:
> Jonathan Pobst escribió:
> > I guess it depends on your requirements. .Net (and Mono) comes with a
> > toolbar, grid, and tree. So part of it will be figuring out what
> > additional functionality you need that you are getting from third party
> > controls.
> > Right now, I do not know of any third party controls that work out of
> > the box with Mono. Hopefully, with the release of Mono 2.0, this will
> > change as we work with some third party vendors to get their controls
> > working on Mono.
> > Jonathan
> > Yakov Danilov wrote:
> >> Hi everyone.
> >> Because of Mono 2.0. release our firm has some plans about creation
> of crossplatorm client that could be used with .Net 2.0 on Windows and Mono
> 2.0 on Linux systems.
> >> Business logic can be used without any problem, but GUI has been
> created using Infragistics components that have too many Win Api calls and
> can be used only on Windows.
> >> Thats why we need components written in managed C# and WinForms that
> can be used on both platforms. Basically we need Toobar, Grid, Tree. At this
> time I find only SourceGrid. Can anybody advice us such components? Writing
> own components too laborious.
> >> p.s. Sorry if my English is not so well.
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