[Mono-osx] Using 1.9 for windows app.
bobbypowers at gmail.com
Mon May 5 07:31:15 EDT 2008
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 10:01 AM, Grant Crawford <grantcrawford.inc at gmail.com>
> I am new to mono and am trying to get a third third party windows
> application to run on my macbook pro (10.4.11).
> I have installed mono 1.9.1 on my mac, and written a "hello world" C#
> console application in windows to check that my mono installation is
> working. It works.
> Then I checked if my third party software (NinjaTrader) with moma, and
> there were no issues mentioned. So I copied it across to my mac, with all
> the dll's that it requires, and tried to run it from terminal with this
> Absolutely nothing happened. I am sure I must be doing something wrong.
> Is there a log I could look at to get some idea of what is happening? Do I
> have to have the source code to compile it myself with mono to get it to
what do you mean by nothing happened? after you hit enter, did the cursor
move down one line and sit at the beginning of a blank line or did it
reprint something like "grantcrawford at localhost$" (the text that shows up
when you open up a fresh terminal)?
Windows has a specific search path that it looks for DLLs in, and its
possible that mono is checking your current directory (and not the
NinjaTrader/bin folder) for some needed DLL. Of course, if this were the
case I would expect it to spit some error out... You can try
mono --debug NinjaTrader.exe
that might give you some more information.
best of luck!
> Excuse the simple question, but I am like a babe in the woods here, trying
> to move off windows to osx.
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