[Mono-osx] Using 1.9 for windows app.
grantcrawford.inc at gmail.com
Mon May 5 23:22:31 EDT 2008
Thanks for the response. I tried changing the directory as you
suggested, as well as the --debug. Both gave me the same result as
before, i.e., it reprinted the current directory on the next line;
eg. FigOne:~/gcApplications/NinjaTrader/bin grantcrawford$
I went back and ran Moma again, except this time I included all the
dll's that were in the ../NinjaTrader/bin/ folder( at first I thought
I only needed to include the NinjaTrader.Core.dll in Moma). This time
there were a lot (361) P/Invoke methods, mostly to Gdi32.dll,
user32.dll, and kernel32.dll. I guess I am hooped!
Is there a way to use Mono and Wine together to cover both .NET 2.0
On 05/05/2008, at 9:31 PM, Bobby Powers wrote:
> On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 10:01 AM, Grant Crawford
> <grantcrawford.inc at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 command:
> "mono /Users/grantcrawford/gcApplications/NinjaTrader/bin/
> 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 work?
> 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)?
> cd /Users/grantcrawford/gcApplications/NinjaTrader/bin
> mono NinjaTrader.exe
> 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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