No. You have access to the native platforms library (Think user32, kernel32 and friends on Windows, libc on Linux/Android). And Island RTL. We’re working hard on expanding this to extra libraries (Suggestions welcome of course).
island rtl can be found at: https://github.com/remobjects/islandrtl, we’re constantly working on expanding that.
No, Island only depends on libc/the standard windows dlls, everything else is compiled in.[quote=“nader_shalabi, post:1, topic:12253”]
Thank you for your prompt response. My use case for Island was to import .NET applications to Island for performance, and I am trying to evaluate the effort needed in doing so, so far and based on your answers, I do not think this will be an easy migration, even using Sugar, which won’t compensate for .NET runtime calls (like reading registry, using .NET forms, etc…)