Lluis S�nchez from the Mono team on his blog
produced two screencasts: (first
which demostrate how Mono allows code written in C#, Boo and
Java to work transparently with each other.
The demo shows:
- The latest MonoDevelop IDE in action: creating a
project made up of components and libraries written
in multiple languages.
- Three different languages consuming the Gtk# API.
- The Mono Debugger in action. The debugger is a
library and there are two front-ends that consume this
library: a GUI front-end as seen on this screencast
and a command-line front-end.
- MonoDevelop's new templates for Boo and Java.
- Three different languages instantiating and
inheriting code from another language.
The Java magic is achieved through IKVM and the GNU Classpath.
Read Lluis' blog for more
information on the futures for MonoDevelop.
The screencasts: first
Hisham has been working on
Mono bindings for the Enlightenment (EFL#). You can find the
bindings on the module "efl-sharp" on our repository.
Better Late than Never
Found about the existance of ccMixter: the Creative Commons
site for sampling, mashing and sharing music.
I found a use for my old
ipod. It will become a Linux-powered voice
Zoltan Takes on the The Last Frontier
Zoltan, hacker extraordinaire, has embarked on the last