Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 15:51 UTC, submitted by William Lahti
Linux The first snapshot release of Komodo, a next-generation Linux/.NET-based operating system, is now available. "A new desktop environment codenamed Dagon is now being developed with [D-Bus, Composite, Linux 2.6] to bring a new face of Linux to users. The environment is being developed around the Emotion graphics/UI toolkit to best make use of these new display and communication technologies as well as to provide a solid and useable interface for casual users." Get the latest snapshots from their FTP servers. Read more information for developers, users and enterprise users.
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Which .Net implementation is used?
by on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 17:08 UTC

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'cause backtrace is like mono's, but Xsharp is DotGNU's library.


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We use the Mono everywhere. DotGNU _is_ available for Komodo, but Mono is the standard.

It is NOT "Xsharp" it is X11.NET, an X11 binding _based_ on Xsharp. The newest changes to it including moving it to X11.dll, changing the namespaces to X11 instead of Xsharp etc. What else is different between the two? X11.NET supports Composite, DAMAGE, Xfixes, ARGB windows, where Xsharp does not, as well as many other architecture improvements.

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Good, now that you've been honest. Now you need to contribute your code back to Portable.NET CVS or else legal ramifications.

Pony up.

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