RFC on our new initiative
Gregory M. Turner
gmturner007 at ameritech.net
Thu Jan 22 11:17:55 CST 2004
On Thursday 22 January 2004 12:05 am, Boaz Harrosh wrote:
> Jeremy White wrote:
> >>Did any one contact Xaim to see if they can send any MONO people to
> >>Is there any vision on how these 2 integrate?
> >> I haven't even touched MONO yet (& .NET for that mater), but from the
> >>look of it they better use wine for some areas of .NET. Like .Forms.
> >>And certainly Wine Loader should have an hook ready for sending .NET
> >>code the MONO way.
> >I haven't asked them directly, but I know that Alexandre chatted
> >directly with some of the Mono guys (who, afaik, promptly disregarded
> >his advice and hacked Wine to their own ends <grin>).
> They can re patch to their harts content every wine release. Stupid but
> doable. But are they releasing their wine source code ? They have to. So
> that means we have yet another fork of wine on the net?
> Nu well! Life!
> Free Life
Mono is LGPL/X11 (except the compiler) so we could beat them at their own game
by forking /their/ code, turning it into a winelib app, and implementing
Windows.Forms properly ;)
If you're serious, here's where to start implementing your .NET hooks in wine:
I think CorBindToRuntimeEx is the standard entry-point API to the CLR.
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