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Can I develope .NET applications from my IMac?
Well ... can I? :)
No, you can't compile your program anyway, you need the .NET Framework.
There is a cut-down, cross platform version of .NET called Rotor (or SSCLI - shared source CLI) - "This implementation builds and runs on Windows XP, the FreeBSD operating system, and Mac OS X 10.2" it says.
And no Winforms. There is a Tcl/TK gui available, but I've never tried to get it running, so I have no idea what's involved there.
Just me (Sir to you)
Actually you should be able to get mono up and running on OS X, with little or no problems. (http://www.beatthesystem.co.uk/osx/mono.html)
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