[Mono-list] Qyoto (C# binding for Qt) - Windows binaries

Dimitar Dobrev dpldobrev at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 5 09:11:51 UTC 2012

Yes, it is. The difference is that there are no binaries for now. If anyone
would like to help with deb packages or a DMG, I'm open to any questions.
The build instructions are basically the same as for Windows except the
first 4 steps. Anyway, I'll post (or point to) separate build instructions
as soon as needed.

By the way, Miguel, you may remember that a few months ago  I asked you
<http://tirania.org/blog/archive/2012/Mar-22.html#comment-475389348>   if
there were going to be binaries for 64-bit Mono 2.12 on OS X. The reason for
this question of mine was exactly Qyoto. The thing is that the last 32-bit
OS X version of Qt was 4.7.4, while the latest is 4.8.3, with Qt 5.0
upcoming. Of course, building a 32-bit Qt version yourself is not impossible
but it has no future because nobody's going to support it (you know better
than me that Apple are slowly chasing any 32-bit away). So, as 32-bit Mono
cannot P/Invoke 64-bit native, there's the need for 64-bit Mono. Otherwise
Qyoto works on OS X, I tried it a few weeks ago (I managed to install a
64-bit Mono  using this <https://github.com/Monobjc/mono-macosx-64/wiki>  ).

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