.Net on OS X?


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malebolgia    0

Long story short is there a way to install Microsoft's .Net Studio on OS X, without using a virtual machine?

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dt    2

LOL

Microsoft's .net framework on Apple's Mac OS X?

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Sorry... :D I found that highly amusing! :laugh:

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Long    3
LOL

Microsoft's .net framework on Apple's Mac OS X?

LOLOLOL....

Sorry... :D I found that highly amusing!  :laugh:

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Microsoft Office on Apple OS X is surprisingly not all that different or amusing.

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fuzzy_logic    0
Microsoft Office on Apple OS X is surprisingly not all that different or amusing.

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Owned.

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wa22guy    0
Nothing besides Mono.

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Finally someone who knows what their talking about around here.

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malebolgia    0
Finally someone who knows what their talking about around here.

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:huh:
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John    7

Visual Studio or the .NET Framework? I very much doubt that VS can be installed on OSX, and Mono is a better bet than hacking away at the .NET Framework to get it to install (Y)

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hanxuuk    0

Ye, mono, but I found it unstable.

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