Theoretically this belongs over on the Mono forum area, but it really belongs anywhere.... Mark offered a suggestion as it applied to my problem of configuring a Netuduino to communicate with a Raspberry Pi. The idea came from one individual's idea to use his as an HDMI shield for an Arduino.
Inside this blog http://blogs.msdn.co...ve/2013/06.aspx happened to be two references. One was to a library and header for the Pi itself. The second was this one for the Visual Studio https://github.com/c...aspberryPi.Net/ it builds properly on Visual Studio 2012 Desktop express. And not on Visual Studio 2010 Express. As it happens that second one, a complaint is for C Sharp of course. There are issues with it.
The author shows an example, I managed to get it to build on VS2012, but since I do not have any of the SDK pieces installed for Visual Studio 2012 I didn't manage to get it built that way, it was built as a regular one.
Strangely enough it worked via mono on the Pi.
So the question now becomes, what happens when someone installs the SDK pieces for Visual Studio 2012 and did not remove the ones for Visual Studio 2010?
And suggestions are appreciated for at least being able to build the simple blink example in VS2010 since that's the one release of Visual Studio for building stuff on MicroFramework I understand.
Edited by Dr Who, 18 November 2013 - 05:35 AM.