Anyone using Debian and C# (Mono) with Roboard?

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Anyone using Debian and C# (Mono) with Roboard?

Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:26 pm

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Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:26 pm

Anyone using Debian with Roboard and programming with C# (Mono)?

I'm curious about if it works well and about performance, although I don't need (at least currently) too much performance.

As I said in this thread, it's very agreeable to program and debug Bioloid creations using Visual Studio, C# and the .Net platform for the HP Ipaq. I'm not usually an advocate of Microsoft (I suffered MFC several years) but .Net platform is really nice.
Anyone using Debian with Roboard and programming with C# (Mono)?

I'm curious about if it works well and about performance, although I don't need (at least currently) too much performance.

As I said in this thread, it's very agreeable to program and debug Bioloid creations using Visual Studio, C# and the .Net platform for the HP Ipaq. I'm not usually an advocate of Microsoft (I suffered MFC several years) but .Net platform is really nice.
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Re: Anyone using Debian and C# (Mono) with Roboard?

Post by roboard » Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:31 am

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siempre.aprendiendo wrote:Anyone using Debian with Roboard and programming with C# (Mono)?

I'm curious about if it works well and about performance, although I don't need (at least currently) too much performance.

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We havn't tested on Linux + Mono platform; but for WinXP platform, the .Net performance on RoBoard seems not to be bad.

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siempre.aprendiendo wrote:Anyone using Debian with Roboard and programming with C# (Mono)?

I'm curious about if it works well and about performance, although I don't need (at least currently) too much performance.

...


We havn't tested on Linux + Mono platform; but for WinXP platform, the .Net performance on RoBoard seems not to be bad.

:)
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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:30 pm

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Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:30 pm

Thanks, Roboard. But I'm quitting" Windows, may be C# is a little relapse ;)

At least, I don't want to be fully dependent on Windows. I use Windows and Ubuntu, but Debian it's ok for me too.
Thanks, Roboard. But I'm quitting" Windows, may be C# is a little relapse ;)

At least, I don't want to be fully dependent on Windows. I use Windows and Ubuntu, but Debian it's ok for me too.
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Post by buhochileno » Sun Sep 04, 2011 3:32 am

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was you able to run mono on debia on the roboard??, I'm curious to..
was you able to run mono on debia on the roboard??, I'm curious to..
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Post by pbreneman » Tue Nov 22, 2011 9:51 pm

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Tue Nov 22, 2011 9:51 pm

I'm not here to start any language war, but if you like C# you might like Delphi (or Free Pascal or Lazarus) which are all based on Turbo Pascal which was developed by the same guy who developed C# (there was a reason Microsoft hired him). You can find out more info in about the middle of this page:
http://www.turbocontrol.com/embeddedfreepascal.htm

If you want to get a little taste for how simple cross-platform programming can be you might want to look at this page:
http://www.turbocontrol.com/easyfpgui.htm
I've verified those mini distros work on an industrial board similar to the RoBoard and eBox systems.
I'm not here to start any language war, but if you like C# you might like Delphi (or Free Pascal or Lazarus) which are all based on Turbo Pascal which was developed by the same guy who developed C# (there was a reason Microsoft hired him). You can find out more info in about the middle of this page:
http://www.turbocontrol.com/embeddedfreepascal.htm

If you want to get a little taste for how simple cross-platform programming can be you might want to look at this page:
http://www.turbocontrol.com/easyfpgui.htm
I've verified those mini distros work on an industrial board similar to the RoBoard and eBox systems.
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Post by buhochileno » Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:30 pm

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Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:30 pm

I totally forget about this post...and yeap I also like pascal'ish languages....
Btw, C#/mono works great on a roboard-110, we was able to even control serialport and other weird stuff all from c# ...If you want to push it, you can make monodevelop to run :-) (just for fun, not actually workable)..
I totally forget about this post...and yeap I also like pascal'ish languages....
Btw, C#/mono works great on a roboard-110, we was able to even control serialport and other weird stuff all from c# ...If you want to push it, you can make monodevelop to run :-) (just for fun, not actually workable)..
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