[Mono-osx] Simple question.
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Tue Dec 16 20:44:57 EST 2008
You cannot just double-click an exe and have it run with Mono. For
testing, just open a terminal and run "mono myapp.exe". Once you
establish that it works, you can work on better integration, like
creating an application bundle (a .app like all other Mac applications)
that will execute your program.
On 12/16/2008 05:14 PM, avalanche wrote:
> Do I need to compile the .net app with the mono fx? I just installed the mono
> fx on osx and copied the exe over and it asked me which app I wanted to use
> to open. Thanks for the clarification.
> Bart Masschelein wrote:
>> You don't need to code 'from the get go' ;-). If you have a .NET
>> application, you should be able to run it on any platform supporting Mono,
>> which includes osx, unless you use MS specific stuff.
>> On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 8:17 PM, avalanche<yrichard at avalanche.ca> wrote:
>>> I just need to get my head wrapped around this idea. Do I need to code
>>> against the mono framework from the get go or can i install the mono
>>> framework on the osx then my .net app and expect it to run? Thank you in
>>> advance for your help.
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