[Mono-osx] Easy way to get "plain" .NET app running on the Mac?
gnorton at novell.com
Thu May 22 13:05:37 EDT 2008
I'm moving this thread to mono-winforms-list, as its not Mac specific
and better belongs there.
On Thu, 2008-05-22 at 18:57 +0200, Weyert de Boer wrote:
> My application is nearly working only having a problem that a method
> isn't implemented yet. See below.
> Now I already have to rewrite the component to avoid the use of mouse
> hooks, this was used to keep getting
> the mouse position when we are dragging a child component.
> ** (BrazilPrototype.exe:174): WARNING **: NOT IMPLEMENTED: GdipWidenPath
Could you please file a bug with a testcase for this issue.
> Now I was using child components in a panel for the draggable elements
> and then used a mouse hook to be able to get the mouse cursor when
> hovering over other elements on the screen.
I'm certain there are non-pinvoke ways to handle this, but Jonathan
would know better. Pobst?
> In such manner that I was able to draw the bezier path to the current
> mouse position. I should just draw it all on the component.
> > Hello,
> >> I am curious how much work it would be to get a normal Windows .NET
> >> application running which leverages the normal stuff. Like
> >> System.Windows.Forms and the Drawing namespace (for my customcontrol)
> >> Anyone able to shed some light on this?
> > Provided you do not use P/Invokes yourself, it should be easy.
> > Check this guide:
> > http://www.mono-project.com/Guide:_Porting_Winforms_Applications
> > miguel
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