[Mono-osx] Xcode Integration: A simple Mono Project

Mark Satterthwaite deepmark9 at macunlimited.net
Sat Apr 29 18:30:42 EDT 2006


Thanks for spotting my mistake! I put the file on my web-site,
Apologies for that.

I'll check out the links and see what I can make of it all. I don't  
make any guarantees though.

Best regards,


On 29 Apr 2006, at 23:09, Jens Andersen wrote:

> Hi Mark,
> Great :-) I found a resource which you might find interesting (if  
> you are going to dig more into Xcode). Take a look at the CAML  
> plugin for XCode (http://maxao.free.fr/xcode-ocaml-plugin/). You  
> can also find some documentation (based on reverse engineering)  
> XCode's plugin interface -> http://maxao.free.fr/xcode-plugin- 
> interface/
> Best regards,
> Jens
> Mark Satterthwaite wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I have a simple Xcode project that compiles a command line tool  
>> using Mono. It should, in theory, be able to handle finding the C#  
>> files and .dll libraries by itself. I thought you might find it  
>> useful, one of my current projects requires me to convert  
>> some .Net C# into Mono C# for Mac OS X so I needed this to get  
>> started. I'm going to try and extend it to handle everything for  
>> Cocoa-Sharp apps too, including the MacPack phase. If I can get  
>> that working I'll endeavour to turn them into proper templates.
>> I started from Gerry Shaw's previous attempt and took a long hard  
>> look at how the Xcode templates provided on the Cocoa-Sharp wiki  
>> were meant to function before I managed to get this working. The  
>> xcodemcs file is just a bug-fixed version of Gerry's, it seems mcs  
>> changed it's output format in the interim. I really do hope this  
>> is of use.
>> Cheers,
>> Mark
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