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.NET - meet Mac OS X

Rotor, the shared source implementation of .the NET CLR (along with chunks of the SDK and the C# language) now has an official build for Mac OS X. Command line only for the moment, but I'm sure greater minds than mine are working on the Cocoa bindings.

From the MSDN site it appears that requirements won't be too rigorous - on Mac OS X you will need:
  • Mac OS X version 10.2.
  • Apple Developer Tools.
  • The BSD subsystem installed.
  • 256 MB memory, 512 MB (recommended).
  • One gigabyte of free disk space.
This could be fun.

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neilf
Feb. 7th, 2003 10:18 am (UTC)
Seeing the furore that the subject of .Net produced on the UK FreeBSD User Group mailing list recently, it'll be interesting to see how the Mac community reacts to this.
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