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Very concise whilst not too precise!
Been there and done that, but most of the time it's due to not having enough and also correct information.
Let's push this out the door, if they really are keen on using it they'll figure out how it's supposed to work.
My current source of woe: TFS 2015 / TFS 15 vNext build system. Works out of the box except if ...
(It is really great let me assure you of this, but trying to find good documentation on it is not! )
"I had the right to remain silent, but I didn't have the ability!"
I've installed it on a Windows 7 laptop. And also on a Windows 7 VM running on a MAC. Biggest problem I had was getting it to connect to the MAC. After a couple of updates on both the W7 and MAC sides things seem to be pretty smooth now.
I even didn't tried! IMHO Xamarin as a 3-rd party company don't reward attention. .NET is a MS platform and THEY are completely responsible for proper UI lib on Linux. But instead of burying clumsy WPF and making usable UI, MS just points finger "hey, see, these guys make something like UI!". WTF?!! Who is responsible for that UI? Nobody. So why we should waste time on "hand made" library w/o any support and quality assurance?
ATM MS has only two robust combinations: Windows+WinForms & Windows+WPF. Last one is slow and clumsy, so only 1.5 combinations.
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