I understand what you mean, but it isn't as bad as it looks. If you look, the
fastJSON, HtmlAgiliyPack, and IonicZip files only have Todo markers next to them. According to the MoMA site (http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA_-_Issue_Descriptions) "These
can probably be ignored in your initial porting. Your application should still run without crashing, however there may be missing functionality. Missing functionality can be fixed by working around Mono's unfinished method, implementing the method yourself,
or waiting until the method is completed in Mono".
IonicZip.dll -> http://dotnetzip.codeplex.com/discussions/269557
Is this thing supported on Mono/Linux?
It's not supported at all. But, it apparently works on Mono/Ubuntu. I don't test it that way. If you'd like to volunteer, let me know.
HtmlAgilityPack.dll -> http://software.1713.n2.nabble.com/HTML-Parser-in-Mono-td6280848.html
is there any html parser for Mono? Thanks . . .Thanks for all. I've tried html agility pack and works ok in Mono. I'd found it before, but I was afraid that it didn't work with Mono. Thanks
fastJSON.dll -> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5997288/deserializing-json-data-in-mono
fastJSON suits the bill. Grab the required files (Getters.cs, JSON.cs, JsonParser.cs, JsonSerializer.cs, SafeDictionary.cs) and embed them in your project and use it. It doesn't use any fancy .NET specific class so it should work with MonoDroid or
It does seem like a really big hassle. If nothing else, I'll try starting from scratch. myManga is a good template, I'll see what I can do.