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May 12, 2007

Mono 1.2.4 in BSD# repo

Filed under: FreeBSD,Mono — tmclaugh @ 3:33 am

It’s ports tree freeze time and Novel has yet to announce it but Mono 1.2.4 is in the BSD# CVS repo ready and waiting.  If you’re interested in Mono on FreeBSD please use and test it to make sure the update goes smoothly and there are no surprises.  You can see the BSD# homepage and instructions for using mono-merge to use the ports in the BSD# repo.

1 Comment »

  1. Excellent news! Thanks for your work on Mono and BSD#. There are lots of good things in Mono/C# that are important to have on FreeBSD and it’s important for Novell to not be Linux exclusive :-)

    People think of FreeBSD as the “reference platform for perl” (or increasingly ruby and python) … maybe Mono will be as important one day 😀

    Comment by passerby — May 15, 2007 @ 9:55 am

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