Mono's C# Compiler Now 4.0 Feature Complete
Phoronix: Mono's C# Compiler Now 4.0 Feature Complete
For those interested in programming in C# on Linux or have interest in Mono for using Microsoft's .NET, you may be pleased to know that Mono's C# compiler is now C# 4.0 feature complete. Covariance and contravariance, optional parameters, dynamic binding, and other features of the C# 4.0 programming language have now been implemented within Mono...
C# now has 4 features!? WOW!
This Marek Safar guy is awesome. Report a bug against the C# compiler and he'll investigate and fix it within hours - and we are not talking about a trivial piece of code either!
Hmm, well, let's see --
Originally Posted by grantek
* MS control
* drooling masses
Yup, that's 4!
You missed one: the ability to get the trolls out of their hiding places so we can all laugh at them.
Originally Posted by snogglethorpe
In his defense he did get one thing right: _MS control_
Originally Posted by BlackStar
Mono is free software. How free oftware can be controlled by MS I don't know. Influence maybe, but control?
MS will use the SCO/Caldera methodology - release proprietary code under GPL within a LInux release and then file lawsuits claiming that "Linux" has "stolen" proprietary code.
Icaza will fixit. Memo to Codeplex ..."fixit". Oh, I forgot - that's MS_Codeplex_MS. And, that's Zimians killing KDE. And that's Novell "admitting" that MS is righteous and LInux is subversive.
Meanwhile, MS will violate GPL anytime, anyplace, anyway they feel like it.
MS= OS for the masses.
Linux= OS for less than 1% of the masses and Windowizing at the speed of Ubuntu.
NOTE: objections must be filed through Bugzilla and they will be attended to properly - maybe - unless we think you are one dumb bunny, or, your suggestion actually has merit.