[Mono-list] Mac OSX and Mono
andreas.faerber at web.de
Fri Jun 15 11:34:01 EDT 2007
An alternative to using Cocoa# is to write a "normal" Cocoa app and
embed Mono, calling into managed code using the C API whenever you
need it. For a Hello World app Cocoa# is probably sufficient, while
the embedding approach is more reliable and resource-friendly for
Abe: I had the impression that only the tutorials and class library
got a new life but not the core bridge? Haven't checked lately.
Am 15.06.2007 um 16:43 schrieb Abe Gillespie:
> I don't have any experience doing so I'm not of much help. But keep
> trying and getting help from the list, I'm sure you'll get it working.
> On 6/15/07, Tux1 <webmastertux1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So you can develop under Mac OSX and Mono and Cocoa ?
>> Thank you for your fast reply.
>> I have already found this page but it's dont succes :(
>> I am retesting and I say to you the result:)
>> 2007/6/14, Abe Gillespie <abe.gillespie at gmail.com>:
>>> I thought Cocoa# was dead but it appears to have life anew.
>>> Check it out:
>>> This makes me very happy as I've *just* stepped back into the Mac
>>> world with a shiny new MBP!
>>> On 6/14/07, Tux1 <webmastertux1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi, i am french so i don't speak very well englis.
>>>> So can you send a script basic "hello world" with a GUI cocoa :)
>>>> And can you say to me the instruction for run it .
>>>> If i must download other file than mono :)
>>>> thank you :)
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