Home > Mono > Mono 2.6, MonoDevelop 2.2 Released Mono 2.6, MonoDevelop 2.2 Released Thom Holwerda 2009-12-16 Mono 4 Comments Mono 2.6 and MonoDevelop 2.2 have been released. “About nine months ago we released MonoDevelop 2.0 and Mono 2.4. Today we are releasing the much anticipated upgrades to both. Mono 2.6 and MonoDevelop 2.2.” About The Author Thom Holwerda Follow me on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org 4 Comments 2009-12-17 7:17 am katelin Wow, 2 million line patch! Mono devs are busy bees 2009-12-17 2:33 pm abraxas Is the compacting GC included in this release as an option at least or is it still too buggy? 2009-12-17 10:20 pm jpobst It did not make this release. It will definitely be in Mono 2.8 as an option. Whether it will be the default or not will depend on the quality at that time. It is pretty stable in trunk now, and the primary developer has put out a call for people to test it: http://lists.ximian.com/pipermail/mono-devel-list/2009-December/033… 2009-12-17 8:28 pm rimzi I do not want to reimburst the Mono-Microsoft debacle, but I really think that C# via Mono is one of the best tools for a developer to write cross-platform desktop apps in all major platforms. So thank you, Novell. Thank you, Mono community.