<HTML><HEAD><STYLE media="all" type="text/css">         #sig {                 /* Typography */                 color: black;                 font-size: 9pt;                 font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif;                 background-color: #EEE;                 line-height: 15px;                 margin: 6px 0;                 padding: 6px;                 border-top: 1px #999999 dotted;                 border-bottom: 1px #999999 dotted;         }         #sig .row2 {                                 margin-top: 0px;                 margin-bottom: -8px;         }         #sig .row a:link, #sig .row a:visited {                 color: #164D8F;                 text-decoration: none;                 border-bottom: 1px solid #99B1DB;         }         #sig .row a:hover {                 color: #4C71A8;                 text-decoration: none;         } </STYLE></HEAD><BODY style="word-wrap: break-word; -khtml-nbsp-mode: space; -khtml-line-break: after-white-space; "><BR><DIV><DIV>On Jan 23, 2007, at 11:46 PM, KielW wrote:</DIV><BR class="Apple-interchange-newline"><BLOCKQUOTE type="cite">On 1/23/07, <B class="gmail_sendername">R. Tyler Ballance</B> &lt;<A href="mailto:tyler@bleepconsulting.com">tyler@bleepconsulting.com</A>&gt; wrote:<DIV><SPAN class="gmail_quote"></SPAN><BLOCKQUOTE class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;"> <DIV style=""><SPAN class="q"></SPAN><DIV>I think you're misunderstanding what Dumbarton does. Dumbarton bridges objects from C# code into Cocoa, as opposed to Cocoa# which provides C# bindings for Cocoa (much in the same way that Gtk# works). </DIV></DIV></BLOCKQUOTE><DIV><BR>ah! so then its essentially a non-issue.  A data object that contains the information to be rendered can be passed through Dumbarton. Once I'm on the Cocoa side of things I have access to everything I normally would.  Am I understanding that correctly? <BR></DIV></DIV></BLOCKQUOTE><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV>More or less, yes. :)</DIV><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV>Once your objects are in the land of Cocoa, you can do anything you'd like with them much like you can with any other Cocoa object.</DIV><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV>Cheers</DIV></DIV><DIV> <DIV id="sig">         <DIV class="row">                 <STRONG>R. Tyler Ballance</STRONG>: Custom Mac and Linux Development at <A href="http://www.bleepconsulting.com">bleep. consulting</A>                 <BR>                 contact: <A href="mailto:tyler@bleepconsulting.com">tyler@bleepconsulting.com</A> | jabber: <A href="jabber:tyler@jabber.geekisp.com">tyler@jabber.geekisp.com</A>         </DIV>         <DIV class="row2">                 <A href="http://www.bleepconsulting.com" title="visit bleepconsulting.com"><IMG src="http://bleepconsulting.com/images/bleep_consulting_small.png" border="0"></A>         </DIV> </DIV> </DIV><BR></BODY></HTML>