Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 29th May 2004 15:39 UTC, submitted by t3rmin4t0r
.NET (dotGNU too) DotGNU 0.6.6 has been released . Read the announcement here. It's been 2 months since the last release , threading has been rewritten twice , timers redone once , binary/SOAP serialization and lots of stuff done in Windows.Forms . This release includes Portable Studio IDE, MyXaml, Photo Tool (wx.NET), KDE DCOP Support, MDI and FileDialogs, Gtk-Sharp, Svg Rendering, XHTML Rendering .
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Less heat, more light, please ...
by Wesley Parish on Tue 1st Jun 2004 02:46 UTC

I've got both PNET and MONO downloaded and as soon as I can get my PC out of storage, I'll start using them to learn C# and dotNET.

FYI, I've also got Linux Mandrake and FreeBSD on my PC - so my relationship to specific OSes isn't so much political as it is pragmatic. Ie, Windows won't let me in on the fun of debugging, so it's nowhere near as useful as either Linux or the *BSDs. gcc - and now OpenWatcom - is crossplatform, so if I want the most return, I don't use Microsoft.

By all means, sling off at each other about the strengths and weaknesses of the various technical aspects - keep the personal slanging off to yourselves - the rest of the world doesn't need to hear about it.

If GNOME and KDE can work together, then so can PNET and MONO - that Microsoft doesn't want to, is Microsoft's problem - leave it with them.