.NET IDE for OS X


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Dav-id

Does anyone have any recommendations for this?

I have tried RealBasic but am looking for others that are available.

The aim is to be able to write windows apps on a mac... sounds silly i know but i much prefer using a mac to windows pc!

Thanks

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divinatum

probably going to have to use VPC for this.

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mrelusive978

You might look for a c# ide, IIRC it is .net compatible... :ninja:

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Southern Patriot
Mono for OS X perhaps?
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XiXora

mono develop should work i guess.. but visual studio.net 2005 and .net 2.0 is so sexy

beta 2 rocks so far :D

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Southern Patriot
mono develop should work i guess.. but visual studio.net 2005 and .net 2.0 is so sexy

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And Visual Studio.Net helps someone on a Mac how???

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Brandon Live

Simple logic:

No Visual Studio on the Mac -> You shouldn't waste time developing on a Mac

:p

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Dav-id

the reason i want to develop on a mac is beuase my tablet pc is so slow now and i want to develop .net web apps on my mac to run on a windows server.

my current compromise is to do it directly on the server through remote desktop but still this is less than ideal

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Wizz

I've got MonoDevelop to run on my Mac after much shouting at my screen. I'm not sure how I got it to work in the end, I just did. MonoDevelop will allow you to develop application that should run through Mono on Mac OS X and the *nixes and on Windows through .NET or Mono.

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