[Mono-osx] Can't build a simple application
sbowman at localmatters.com
Mon Sep 26 23:04:57 EDT 2005
No matter what I do, I can't manage to get my application to run.
I'm following the simple "Hello World" application at
I follow this thing to the letter (checked and rechecked), using the
latest 1.1.9 I downloaded from the Mono web site. However, my app
launches but never comes up. When I try to run "mono
helloworld.exe," I get:
Unhandled Exception: System.TypeInitializationException: An exception
was thrown by the type initializer for Apple.Foundation.NSObject --->
in (wrapper managed-to-native) Apple.Foundation.NSObject:InitGlue
in <0x000c8> Apple.Foundation.NSObject:.cctor ()--- End of inner
exception stack trace ---
in <0x00000> <unknown method>
in <0x00018> Apple.Foundation.NSAutoreleasePool:.ctor ()
in <0x00014> Apple.Foundation.NSAutoreleasePool:.ctor ()
in <0x00020> Apple.AppKit.Application:Init ()
in <0x0000c> HelloWorld:Main ()
All I did was download the .dmg and install it. I had a previous
1.1.8 version on my Mac, but I deleted the files from /Library/
Frameworks.../1.1.8... I never got around to doing anything with
that one before 1.1.9 came out.
Any thoughts? Is 1.1.9 broken and I should go back a version or so?
Did I not do some installation step to get Cocoa# working?
P.S. Maybe I'll try rebooting...c# is a Windows-based thing, right?
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