[Mono-osx] building Dumbarton
allan at counterpop.net
Tue Jul 25 18:07:55 EDT 2006
Where did you get your copy of Dumbarton? It appears that you're
compiling against a Dumbarton binary that's linked against 188.8.131.52.
If you recompile the framework, it should work against your local
version of Mono.
Allan Hsu <allan at counterpop dot net>
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On Jul 24, 2006, at 1:04 PM, Travis Rose wrote:
> Has anyone tried using/compiling the dunbarton samples on OS X
> Tiger, for intel mac?
> I tried doing this with the mono framework, 184.108.40.206,
> but Xcode is complaining about
> _mono_array_element_size referenced from Dumbarton expected to be
> defined in /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/220.127.116.11/lib/
> etc. etc.
> Any ideas? Thanks --
> Travis Rose
> rtrose at vt.edu
> On Jun 12, 2006, at 5:31 PM, Allan Hsu wrote:
>> In general, Cocoa# is intended for people that want to use Cocoa
>> from C#. Dumbarton is intended for usage of managed code from
>> native code. We wrote it so we could share a managed back end with
>> our windows client, even though the UI is written in native
>> Objective-C/Cocoa. You could also use Dumbarton to add the
>> functionality of a C# library to your existing ObjC/Cocoa
>> They're really two different tools for two different jobs.
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