Mono 2.2 RC1 added to Openembedded

Posted by Cliff Brake on 2009-01-10 | Comments are off for this article

I recently added Mono 2.2 RC1 to OpenEmbedded.  The last usable version of Mono in Openembedded was 1.2.6, so this is a big step up.  Lots of interesting things have been happening since then (like Full Static Compilation) that continue to make Mono interesting for embedded.  There is still plenty to do yet such as […]

Mono 1.2.6 added to OpenEmbedded

Posted by Cliff Brake on 2009-01-09 | Comments are off for this article

I recently updated the Mono recipes in OpenEmbedded to include the Mono 1.2.6 version.  Several critical bugs that were present in 1.2.5 have been fixed, and its looking very good.  More on this later …

C# on embedded ARM Linux systems is now practical

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Update: Michael Dominic K. has kindly provided feedback on this article and has some additional points about Mono and embedded systems. Mono has included support for ARM systems for some time, but with the release of Mono 1.2.6, and its inclusion in OpenEmbedded, it is now practical and easy to build and run C# applications […]

Mono support in OpenEmbedded and Openmoko packages

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Original article published 2007-10-04 As of today, the Mono build in OpenEmbedded is working pretty well.  Mono support for ARM and other embedded architectures should add some interesting capabilities for embedded Linux devices.  Having written a number of large embedded Linux applications, I can really appreciate the advantages of high level languages for exception handling.  […]