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Will .NET(Framework) for C# get added?
KingCobra12 (1)

I enjoy working in repl.it, but I can't learn from several of my books on C# in repl.it, because .NET(Framework) isn't supported, I have to use Visual Studio which isn't protable :(

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CodeLongAndPros (953)

Look at Mono, they make the C# compiler.

See if they support .NET*

SixBeeps (2520)

@CodeLongAndPros Mono definitely supports .NET, I know that by heart.

CodeLongAndPros (953)

@SixBeeps Then install mono in a bash repl and use Make.

SixBeeps (2520)

@CodeLongAndPros Uh frick what package manager does Repl support again I forgot what it was called

CodeLongAndPros (953)

@SixBeeps install-pkg

It's literally:
sudo apt update && sudo apt install $1

SixBeeps (2520)

@CodeLongAndPros wait you can run sudo in a bash repl?!

CodeLongAndPros (953)

@SixBeeps No.
In Arch, if you run yay, it installs without sudo. Same with install-pkg. Sudo will NOT work.

SixBeeps (2520)

I don't think the .NET framework will ever be supported unfortunately (since it's Windows only, and Repl.it runs on Linux), but I'm hopeful that they're gonna add the .NET Core at some point.

KingCobra12 (1)

@SixBeeps I certainly hope .NET Core will be added.
:)

SixBeeps (2520)

@KingCobra12 Honestly same. Having C# without .NET is like having a salad without lettuce. Sure, it could still be a salad, but like 90% of salads have lettuce in them.

ChezCoder (1482)

It is wonderful to hear that you enjoy working in repl! Your suggestion will probably be taken. But next time, you can post in https://repl.it/feedback.

KingCobra12 (1)

@ChezCoder This was a question though, right?