[Mono-osx] Conceptual Idea: (Semi)automatic generation of Cocoa# wrapper classes

Stefan Csomor csomor at advancedconcepts.ch
Sun Nov 11 06:17:27 EST 2007

> Hi,
> this maybe (probably?) has come up before, but i couldn't find any 
> reference to it, so here it goes:
> As i've found out myself, recently, creating the wrapper classes needed 
> to access the Cocoa objects from managed code is a very tedious and 
> error prone process, which in tuen explains, of course, why such a small 
> portion of Cocoa is actually exposed, so far. It's mind-numbing 
> runt-work that no-one wants to do
BridgeSupport on Leopard has information on all APIs that can be used to 
generate bridging code, it is used for PyObjC and RubyCocoa AFAIK but 
I'd suggest takeing a closer look:



Stefan Csomor

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