rwshep2000 at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 16 11:56:21 EDT 2004
As far as I know there is no .NET port to Linux or any non-MS OS. I merely
develop applications using Kate2.1 in KDE. It has native syntax highlighting
support for C#. The applications themselves are implemented in Win2K Server
+ Sql7.0 + IIS5, a legacy of my workplace. If MS were to port the .NET
framework to Linux, I would be first in line to try it.
On Wednesday 16 June 2004 11:23 am, Jeremy Portzer wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-06-16 at 11:20, Bob Shepherd wrote:
> > Please flame me if it was improper to reply to this on-list!
> > Yes, I am an enthusiastic SuSE 9.0 user/convert from Win2K for my
> > personal workstation. Haven't tried 9.1 yet. I do not have a rich Linux
> > background otherwise, except building simple firewalls, etc. All I know
> > is I like SuSE 9.0 better than Windows for its overall usability. My job
> > is .NET web applications development.
> Do you run the .NET framework on Linux?
> Someone asked me what I thought of that (.NET on Linux) and I had to
> admit I had no experience with it, and didn't realize that it even works
> (or is supposed to work) on Linux. I've generally stayed away from it,
> as it's a Microsoft thing; if I want a cross-platform executable I'll
> use Java or a scripting language like Perl or Python. What has your
> experience been with Linux support for .NET then?
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