Mono development in openmoko
asteban at gmx.de
Fri Feb 1 21:57:38 CET 2008
Tilman Baumann schrieb:
> Schmidt András wrote:
>> Hi Juan,
>> From technology side Java and C# is so similar that they should do
>> the same performance. It is only Microsoft who is hyping that C#
>> performs better. The only difference I know and has performance effect
>> is the presence of structures in C# but not many programs would make
>> an advantage of that.
> I can not belive that a Mono GTK app can be the same speed on java/swing.
You may be right, but Java does not ever imply using Swing. Our SWT
libraries also use a GTK backend. In addition to that, the pure java-gkt
bindings are evolving very well.
> And any step to integrate your app into the system, leads you to things
> like D-Bus
What's wrong with the java-dbus bindings? We already have an OE recipe
> and gconf.
Gnu classpath uses gconf as backend for the standard Java configuration
API (Java Preferences).
> Sure, you can make JNI bindings for all of them. But i have never seen any.
> Mono has them...
> Just my 2 Eurocents
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