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Visual Basic 2005 runtime libraries for Mono

This package contains the Mono Visual Basic runtime library, aimed at the specifications / features of the Visual Basic 2005.

Mono is a platform for running and developing applications based on the ECMA/ISO Standards. Mono is an open source effort led by Novell. Mono provides a complete CLR (Common Language Runtime) including compiler and runtime, which can produce and execute CIL (Common Intermediate Language) bytecode (aka assemblies), and a class library.

Package version:2.10-2


Mono Basic: Visual Basic Compiler and Runtime.

= Building =

	To configure this module, first configure it, like this:

		./configure [--prefix=/path]

	To build it, use:


	To install the compiler and runtime, use:

		make install

= Package =

== Visual Basic Runtime ==

== Visual Basic Compiler ==


Visual Basic.Net Compiler
Copyright (C) 2004 - 2006 Rolf Bjarne Kvinge

This is a compiler for the Visual Basic language, aimed at the specifications 
/ features of the Visual Basic 2005 compiler soon to be released. 
The source code is released under the GPL-2 license.

- The .Net Framework v2.0 to compile the source code. 
  The framework is also needed to run any executables.



mono-basic (2.10-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * [d90cbc9] Update debian/rules for DH8-compatible "--with cli"

 -- Jo Shields <>  Sat, 21 Jan 2012 11:53:01 +0000

mono-basic (2.10-1) experimental; urgency=low

  * [813399b] Imported Upstream version 2.10
  * [c85d8e8] Stop converting the archive format in get-orig-source rule
  * [a8c2507] Use Debian source format 3.0 (quilt)


This package was debianized by Matthias Jahn <> on
Fri, 21 Mar 2008 15:14:56

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