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DirectX is a Windows Only API but you can use OpenGL on both Windows and Linux.

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What IDE do you recommand I use for programming in Linux? In windows, the ideal choice would be Visual Studio. Is there anything similar for Ubuntu?

Also, does this mean there is no possible way of programming and compiling C# in linux?

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Original post by Alpha_ProgDes
Well for Linux you'll have to use Mono for C# and pick SDL for 2D-only or OGL for 2D or 3D.


note: I'll try to find you some links for those, if someone else doesn't.


Thanks Alpha. Mono is not an IDE is it? I was able to compile and execute my C# code using the mcs and mono commands. I'm also looking for an IDE that can accommodate syntax checking as I write the code.

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Good luck. Prove those jackasses who are convinced C# is windows only wrong.

there's nothing to prove anymore ... e.g. the complete package manager in
novel/suse 10.1 is written in C#/mono (although it's one ugly bloated
overengineered piece of ... ;)


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