[Mono-list] MacOS packages - GTK#.
Wed, 25 Feb 2004 12:08:27 -0500
I replaced all references to mono to point to mint in the makefiles. If=20=
you're using 0.30.x, you probably don't have the ppc fix and mcs.exe=20
(running with mono, the JIT) as well as other .exe processes (gapi=20
comes to mind) will die.
On Feb 25, 2004, at 11:54 AM, Elfred Pag=E1n wrote:
> This is a little offtopic, but since you mention GTK#
> I tried to compile GTK# early this week and the compilation through an=20=
> exception and since mcs doesn't support exception handling yet, the=20
> process crashed.
> Are you doing anything special to compile GTK#?
> On Feb 25, 2004, at 12:27 PM, Andy Satori wrote:
>> At this point, I'm packaging GTK#, XSP and MOD_MONO as seperate=20
>> On the ICU (and GC) front, I currently build without either, but once=20=
>> I get all the foundation in place, I'll add them.
>> With XCode, I currently have a C# language filter defined so that=20
>> XCode can parse the functions and color C# files. I also have a=20
>> Makefile based project template for building a C# application in=20
>> XCode. I'm now working on enhancing that to be a part of the XCode=20=
>> native build system, instead of the old Project Builder, jam based,=20=
>> build system. This will improve the error parsing and display, as=20
>> well as allow you to use the much more powerful Info panels in XCode=20=
>> to set up your build environments. After that, it is my intent to=20
>> build a library of templates for XCode to setup your basic projects,=20=
>> much like VS.NET. Hopefully by that time, Apple will have updated=20
>> XCode to make it easier to integrate external debuggers into XCode,=20=
>> and I'll be able to add that.
>> On Feb 25, 2004, at 10:54 AM, Erik Dasque wrote:
>>> What about GTK# ? Is that Mono built with ICU, Andy ?
>>> What are you doing with XCode ?
>>> Mono-list maillist - Monoemail@example.com
>> Mono-list maillist - Monofirstname.lastname@example.org
> Elfred Pag=E1n