I speak about compiler errors (vbnc 999999) that occur periodically without any reasons
Yeah, turns out that error means “too many errors to properly list the errors currently held”. Which does not have much to do with the choice of Mono vs. .Net so much as the environment in which the return what errors your software has cause to appear. In that they can only return a couple errors… and the errors in your code are beyond the limit that Codingame allows.
this doesn’t mean that their implementation of .NET is correct, and this is the main idea I’m trying to explain
Yet… you’ve failled to mention anything concrete about it.
You’ve complained you do not have Database access (which to compare here: PHP doesn’t have MySQL access–and there are people who’d argue that PHP cannot work without MySQL). This lack of database access is by design of how Codingame accesses stuff.
You’ve complained about the inability to access libraries that are not part of the core API. Which is something that all the other languages on Codingame also have for limitation.
You’ve complained that a setting has been turned off–that the setting really only exists in either implementation for debug reasons of .Net and Mono THEMSELVES.
Many times I’ve seen code which ceased to be compiled after insignificant changes, and vice versa.
… maybe those changes were not insignificant?
If you simply assume that the reason for this is my incompetence, I will no more attempt to dissuade you.
I’m assuming nothing. I’ve googled all the issues you’ve had–and found you are ridiculous in your complaints.
This is from somebody who generally doesn’t use Google, as the results look like the Hall of Game in Gen 1 Pokemon after viewing Missingno. Even with all that scrambled weirdness in what shows up. I had some entries on Stallman talking about My Little Pony showing up… which does not reflect anything I look at on the internet. Or stuff involving stock footage of iguanas and voice overs of political humour–which while enjoyable content is not really helpful towards what I was searching for. That was when Google wasn’t giving me several Error 500 pages in the responses. Like the summary of the page was the Error 500 code given–or just a dumped stack of something doing something incorrect in Drupal or Pyramid. Those pages are usually about something like nature photography… seriously… Missingno. + Hall of Fame is what Google has became for me. I blame Google’s use of Thought Bubbles and psychological analysis to give responses that are pretty much kissing the ass of the person searching (different terminals will grant different results)… and the fact I am not able to be psychologically analysed being some form of Eldritch Abomination.
And I agree you are not attempting to dissuade. You seem to be prone to actively persuading people you are incompetent.
If possible, I would like to see a comments from CodinGame team.
Post screen shots of the incorrect behaviour, along with a sample of the source code… and explain what you understand to be the correct behaviour.
That is how you get a response.
Hell, I know I get a response everytime I show incorrect behaviour… but that is usually incorrect human behaviour. #guilty #BlatantlyGuilty #IRegretNothing
If the refusal of use Mono is impossible, it would be easier to just know about it.
The issue is your post just come across sycophantic dislike for Open Source and Free Software.
Like if I were to post some long rant about how I don’t like Sun Microsystem with veiled accusations of them drowning puppies barely hidden in me making complaints about my issues setting up their various software platforms. I mean, yes, I am not a fan of Sun Microsystems–and the blood sacrifices to the dark sadistic lords of the Aethers require to get Solaris to operate are a bit much for my personal liking. Well, I’d not expect to be taken seriously, as clearly I am not worthy of being one of the acolytes of evil terror that Sun Microsystems Sysops are being accused in this paragraph allegory.
If I have any issues with any Sun Microsystems related technologies… I’ll do what I can to double check that the star charts are in proper order, that the appropriate sacrifices have been made (turns out Scott Terriers are not the same as Terriers for puppies, BTW)… and then post a screen shot, my code and what I understand the expected behaviour for this situation stands to be.
My complaints about using Sun Microsystem’s technologies will just be considered whiny, lacking back bone and possible not taking responsibility for using the dalmation puppies for my fur coat, rather than to the continued running of various Sun Microsystem products.
(I’m just going to pretend that last part is me having a sense of humour… so as to not upset the Dark Sadistic Lords of the Aethers that might notice this post that has the opposite of praise for them contained in it)