[Mono-devel-list] Mono mostly broken on Mac OS X
gilmanb at jforge.net
Mon Aug 2 21:39:31 EDT 2004
Thanks for the information. I'm happy to try and help in any way that
I can. I am not an expert cocoa or objc developer but have been playing
around with objc/cocoa for about 2 years. Let me know (more concretely)
how I can be of assistance. I will most definitely try and get cocoa#
from cvs and look for you all on irc. Can you tell me what the best irc
client is for Mac (or at least what you guys use?).
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On Aug 1, 2004, at 5:23 PM, Adhamh Findlay wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> Brian Gilman wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I've downloaded and installed Mono 1.0 on Mac OS X and have found
>> that it is mostly broken (at least that's my impression so far). When
>> trying to execute sqlsharp, I get errors that it cannot find it's
>> providers, XSP does not work properly, and I cannot get MonoDevelop
>> to run "out of the box".
> Yeah, there are known problems here. XSP has at least one OS X
> bug that we can't get fixed.
> MonoDevelop/MonoDoc are a different story. Cocoa# 0.1 will have a
> Cocoa# version of MonoDoc. MonoDevelop is something that we have
> problems with.
>> O.K. I know that I'm complaining, and I don't like complainers
>> very much, so I would like to offer my services to the mono community
>> first, as a tester, and then as a developer. I've looked in Objc# and
>> Cocoa# but there doesn't seem to be anything there. Does anyone know
>> the status of this project?
> Probably the best thing to do is join the #cocoa# channel on
> irc.gnome.org. That's where we tend to hang.
> Cocoa# 0.1 should be out today, but may not be downloadable until
> tomorrow. Objc# is kinda up in the air. How did you check these
> modules from cvs? It should be there, but I don't know how old the
> versions would be as I don't know how often the anonymous cvs side is
>> I would like to get MonoDevelop up and running on the Mac. I have
>> tried to follow the directions on go-mono but, they do not seem to
>> work for me. I think the problem has to do with fink and some of the
>> dependencies on gtk+2 etc. If someone were willing to hold my hand
>> while I perform the installation and configuration, I'd be more than
>> happy to write up a "lessons learned" document to post on the Mono or
>> independent site. Any takers??
> Geoff (Kangaroo) has done the most work on this. He is gone camping
> until Tuesday, but I'm sure he will help you when he gets back. Also
> would like to get a somewhat stable MoneDevelop out for Mono 1.0.1, so
> your help could be very valuable.
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