Please see Plugs.
Cosmos is licensed under the New BSD license. Please see License
This is also a generic error in some cases. It happens everytime the assembler fails to build it, eg, Visual Studio 2017 […]
Yes. Cosmos runs on real hardware (and you can debug with a serial cable) as well as Virtual PC, HyperV, Virtual Box […]
We supported Mono in the past and will again in the future. Currently Mono support is disabled merely as a way to […]
Yes. Despite C# being in the Cosmos name, any .NET language can be used including Visual Basic.NET, F#, Delphi, Chrome and more. […]
Yes. Many of the developers on the team are using 64-bit Windows. However, currently you can not develop an x64 bit Operating […]
The .NET Micro Framework targets tiny devices and is interpreted. Cosmos targets both large and low resource machines and is compiled.
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Cosmos currently only runs on x86 and x64 processors. It has the capability to run on ARM and other processors as well […]