With regard to some new things in Aggie, Chris Heschong writes: "If only Microsoft (or Mono would get a .NET runtime out for MacOSX." I say, "Ditto." I'd like to play with Aggie, and .NET for that matter (evil empire notwithstanding), but I don't really use Windows on a daily basis anymore (evil empire withstanding). I have a box at home running WinXP, but I only really use it for games (less often these days), and for recording my shows. The rest of my daily use machines are either Linux or OS X. Hmph.


Archived Comments

  • Have you tried compiling Mono on OS X? There's a good chance that much of it will compile. Of course there are big bits of the class library that are yet to implement, but you may find that some C# code will run. (System.Windows.Forms is the most notable omission - currently you can make desktop apps with Gtk# and run them with the Mono interpreter, but the plan is to make S.W.F a wrapper for Gtk#. Not yet though.)
  • Hmm. I haven't tried compiling it yet, no. I should try. My laziness threshold toward .NET so far has been just waiting for someone else to try it and talk about it :)