MoMA Eases Migration of .NET Programs to Mono, eWEEK Labs Finds

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MoMA Eases Migration of .NET Programs to Mono, eWEEK Labs Finds

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The MoMA program opens with an explanation of how to use it.

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The buttons on the right let you choose the binary files. I chose several, including some that aren't assemblies. This prompted a message telling me that the binaries that weren't assemblies would be skipped.

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This particular program has several P/Invoke calls, as well as many unimplemented calls, making a port to Mono difficult.

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When you click View Detail Report (see previous screen), the browser opens showing the details of the problems.

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If you want, you can send your results to the Mono project so it can prioritize its efforts based on user feedback.

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The last step of the program provides easy access to the site where you can download Mono and other tools.

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