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[http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ 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://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt# home page].
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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].
  
The [http://www.qyoto.org/ 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.
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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.
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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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releases.
  
 
[http://www.mono-project.org/ Mono] is an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.
 
[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-p21502767 Jan 2009]
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[http://ometer.com/desktop-language.html Mono Concerns]
 
[http://ometer.com/desktop-language.html Mono Concerns]

Revision as of 20:09, 13 February 2009

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.

Jan 2009


Mono Concerns

RMS on Mono