Mono 0.29 released

Mono: "A new release of Mono has been released. Mono is an open source implementation of the .NET Framework for Unix, Linux and Windows systems.

There are big breaking news: Mono JIT on PowerPC runs Hello World, ASP.NET is feature complete, AppDomain unloading is supported and 64-bit ports of HPPA and SPARCv9 are available now. A new group of developers from Mainsoft has been contributing extensively to ADO.NET and ASP.NET.

This release includes four components at once: the Runtime and Software Development Kit as well as the Documentation browser, our XSP web host for ASP.NET and the Mono/Apache module have been released. Packages for various distributions are also available from our download page.

A big push in this release has been to get closer to completion on the .NET 1.0 and .NET 1.1 APIs and completing pieces that we need for the Mono 1.0 release. But at the same time work continues within the safety of #ifdefs on Mono 1.1 features (integrating .NET 1.2 components)."

The ASP.NET part is now considered feature complete, people are encouraged to test their ASP.NEt applications on Mono.

Release notes - Download here