[Mono-osx] which framework to choose?
duane at wandless.net
Tue Sep 14 16:20:35 EDT 2010
We have been using mobjc/mcocoa. Not sure about the PowerPC support. But I
found mobjc to have a smaller memory footprint than monobjc.
I'm helping by contributing to the effort to make MonoMac more stable.
On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 3:43 PM, Natalia Portillo <claunia at claunia.com>wrote:
> I'm more or less in the same situation.
> Cocoa# is abandoned, and MonoMac is not yet stable.
> However I decided not to use Monoobjc as it does not work at all on
> PowerPC, and there is still market for it.
> Natalia Portillo
> El 14/09/2010, a las 06:44, Sebastian P.R. Gingter escribió:
> > Hello,
> > I'm not quite sure what framework to pick now when developing for OS X.
> > I know of Cocoa#, Monobjc and now MonoMac.
> > All are different approaches to bringing the cocoa API to the .NET / Mono
> > But which one is the way to go?
> > I already learned that several dropped cocoa# and switched to Monobjc.
> but what about MonoMac? That seems quite new and seems to be based in
> > So what is the 'official' Mono way of doing Mac applications?
> > Regards,
> > Sebastian
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