[Mono-list] can't find system.windows.form in toolbox .

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Tue Nov 10 12:14:37 EST 2009

Mono supports Windows.Forms apps, but doesn't provide a Windows.Forms
designer. If you want to use MonoDevelop, you'll have to do your WinForms
code manually.
If possible, you could just build your app (or just your UI) on Windows,
using Visual Studio or SharpDevelop.

DG.HONG wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've just installed MONO as indicated on the mono site.
>     * Mono Framework
>           o Intel (CSDK) - "selected"
>           o PowerPC (CSDK)
>           o Universal (if you don't know what you need) (CSDK)
>     * MonoDevelop Preview
>     * Cocoa# 0.9.5 source
> then I run MonoDevelop, but i just can see ASP.net controls in Toolbox
> Item selector.
> I'm using MAC and want to make windows application. but can't find any
> controls such as button, calendar what i used in Visual studio on Windows.
> Mono site says 
> "Gtk# and System.Windows.Forms applications require X11. Installing on a
> machine without X11 installed will result in errors during install, and
> these components will not function correctly."
> but i don't know what problem is now. X11 is already installed on my Mac.
> Please help me do C# window programming on Mac.

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