The Register: Borland Thinks Mono for Open Source .NET Challenge
Oct 31, 2002, 01:00 (8 Talkback[s])
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"The next planned release of Borland Software Corp's Kylix
cross-platform development suite could bring Microsoft-style web
services to Linux, helping consolidate the product's early market
"Scotts Valley, California-based Borland is investigating use of
Ximian Inc's Project Mono in Kylix, as a possible means for Windows
developers to move .NET applications to Linux. Mono is an
open-source implementation of .NET libraries and other technologies
developed by Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft Corp.
"Borland stressed its work is at an exploratory stage, but told
ComputerWire Mono potentially provides a set of components and
frameworks that Windows developers can easily map to..."