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C# on Non-MSFT OS's?

Sorry if this is an ignorant question but I am just shooting in the dark
here...

I am just wondering if it is possible to have C# on non Microsoft
Operating Systems. Like, lets say.... Linux. Is anyone out there using
a Linux distro and running C# and/or Visual Studio 200x (2002/2003/2005)
on their computer.

Thanks in advance for any information one way or the other.
Feb 10 '06 #1
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Obergfell, Joe schrieb:
Sorry if this is an ignorant question but I am just shooting in the dark
here...

I am just wondering if it is possible to have C# on non Microsoft
Operating Systems. Like, lets say.... Linux. Is anyone out there using
a Linux distro and running C# and/or Visual Studio 200x (2002/2003/2005)
on their computer.

Thanks in advance for any information one way or the other.


If you want to use Microsoft on non-ms operating systems, there is the
mono project.
but is is not 100% compatible to the ms .net framework.

A free ide for mono is monodevelop.

I guess there won´t be any linux distro running vs in any version.
With much trickery it is perhaps possible using wine, but i never heard
of this before and i don´t believe it would make sense.

HAND

markus
Feb 10 '06 #2

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