[mono-android] .net versions: why different?
jamie at binaryfinery.com
Tue Feb 28 10:01:04 UTC 2012
So, there's this:
Portable Library Tools.
On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 11:41 PM, James Briant <jamie at binaryfinery.com>wrote:
> MT is 4.0. MfA is 3.5. You'd think it doesn't make much of a difference
> but if my libs are 3.5 NUnit wont run them from a network location.
> Meanwhile, WP7 is Silverlight 4.0. So that totally screws my plan of
> having shared code. Project Linker and the associated hacker is not a
> robust solution and completely breaks the purpose of sharing the code in
> the first place. The alternative is version control and a "stable
> framework" with little api churn - which is great (and necessary) for a
> team, but for my team of one, completely destroys my competitive advantage.
> Basically, I take pride and enjoyment in writing and continuously
> refactoring my code, and if I wanted to be constrained by having to
> cut-and-paste my refinements across solutions/branches I'd stab myself in
> the eye^H^H^H go work for an app factory.
> I have a simple request: make MT and MfA able to reference (and use) WP7
> targeted libraries in Visual Studio. I tried giving my MfA version the 4.0
> library from MT and of course it died on op_Equality.
> In fact I wont need WP7 for a month or two, so I'd settle for MfA using
> 4.0 libs.
> Also, it would be awesome if the MfA add-in for VS could *load* MT
> projects, and reference a dummy monotouch.dll.
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