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<font size="+2">Qt#</font> is a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit.  The bindings are in Alpha phase right now, but development is moving quickly.  The bindings require the Mono runtime and compiler suite.
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<div style="border: 1px solid red; padding: 6px;">If you're looking for information on developing Qt/KDE applications using C# or any other .NET language, see the [[Development/Languages/Qyoto|Qyoto]] page instead.</div>
  
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[http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt#] bindings home page.
 
<br /><i><font size="-2">C# bindings to Qt with KDE bindings on the way.  The bindings consist of 476 wrapped Qt classes with full support for custom widgets and slots, so you can make your own widgets!  The syntax of the bindings are very close to the original C++, but with all the extra syntactical sugar C# provides :-)</font></i>
 
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[http://go-mono.org/ Go-Mono.org]
 
<br /><i><font size="-2">Mono is an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.</font></i>
 
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[http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtcsharp/ Qt#] was an attempt to create a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit.  The bindings appear abandoned based on the [http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtcsharp/ Qt# home page].
[http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php Screenshots] of Qt# in action!
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The [http://ekarchive.elikirk.com/david/qyoto/ Qyoto/Kimono project] are [http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Languages/Smoke SMOKE] based bindings which use the mono C# compiler for use with Qt and KDE that are very similar to C++/Qt syntax but with the addition of the unique syntactic constructs of C#. Because .NET is a multi-language VM, a variety of languages should be able to access the bindings.
[http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtcsharp Download] Qt# here.
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You can get the latest code via svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/kdebindings or use the KDE bindings module from the KDE 4.x
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[http://www.mono-project.org/ Mono] is an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.
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[http://go-mono.com/forums/#nabble-to21427284|a21502767 Discussion] on the Mono Mailinglist about the project progress.
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[http://ometer.com/desktop-language.html Mono Concerns]
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[http://www.mail-archive.com/foundation-list@gnome.org/msg02666.html RMS on Mono]
  
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Latest revision as of 00:27, 14 February 2009

If you're looking for information on developing Qt/KDE applications using C# or any other .NET language, see the Qyoto page instead.


Qt# was an attempt to create a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit. The bindings appear abandoned based on the Qt# home page.

The Qyoto/Kimono project are SMOKE based bindings which use the mono C# compiler for use with Qt and KDE that are very similar to C++/Qt syntax but with the addition of the unique syntactic constructs of C#. Because .NET is a multi-language VM, a variety of languages should be able to access the bindings.

You can get the latest code via svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/kdebindings or use the KDE bindings module from the KDE 4.x releases.

Mono is an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.

Discussion on the Mono Mailinglist about the project progress.


Mono Concerns

RMS on Mono


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