[Mono-osx] Cocoa# vs Dunbarton
allan at counterpop.net
Mon Jun 12 17:31:32 EDT 2006
In general, Cocoa# is intended for people that want to use Cocoa from
C#. Dumbarton is intended for usage of managed code from native code.
We wrote it so we could share a managed back end with our windows
client, even though the UI is written in native Objective-C/Cocoa.
You could also use Dumbarton to add the functionality of a C# library
to your existing ObjC/Cocoa application.
They're really two different tools for two different jobs.
Allan Hsu <allan at counterpop dot net>
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On Jun 12, 2006, at 9:37 AM, James Clarke wrote:
> Can anyone explain the relative merits of Cocoa# and Imeem’s
> Dunbarton library?
> - James
> James E. Clarke
> Chief Technology Officer
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