[Mono-dev] Compiling 32-bit mono mac?

Rodrigo Kumpera kumpera at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 18:13:23 UTC 2012

Use --host=darwin-i386 to build a 32bits mono on osx.
Thr runtime itself works fine on 64bits darwin, the major roadblock are the
gui stacks.

On Friday, September 28, 2012, Robert Wilkens wrote:

> Can someone point me to what flag i set in configure or whatever to build
> mono as 32-bit for Mac-OS?
> I was studying my problem that i reported a few days ago.. and it appears
> i'm relying on Carbon Framework which may not work for amd64 but does work
> fine for x86 if i understand right.
> Also, I noticed the version of mono pre-built if i ran mono --version, it
> said x86..  And the one i build myself it said amd64…  So clearly, i did
> something wrong when i built my own mono.
> Also, Is anyone working on making mono work on 64-bit MacOS?  Namely,
> replacing Carbon calls with Cocoa equivalents if there are any, which i
> think requires some Objective C programming which may or may not be pretty
> to implement from mono, Still the reason i ask is i might be interested in
> spending some time on this (but not a dedicated block of time, only when
> i've got absolutely nothing else to do).
> -Rob
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