On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 11:17:43AM +0100, Jeremy Smyth mentioned:
> They both seem to have different priorities - Mono is emphasising a
> new C# compiler and is planning to implement the Common Language
> Runtime and class libraries, dotGNU is hoping to replace both the CLR
> platform AND the passport/hailstorm thing. XNS.org looks very
> interesting in that regard.
Indeed. The GNU people seem a little miffed that Ximian are going it one
their own, using GNOME as the way of getting people into .NET.
Has anyone used C# ? If it became the language that Java never did (write
once, run anywhere) - would people like me use it ?
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