[Mono-osx] Mono.framework and XCode 3.x
mithril at me.com
Thu Sep 25 16:09:53 EDT 2008
Actually, after alittle fresh playing with it today I figured out how to get
it to work. If you create symbolic links to the folders in the
mono-1.0/mono folder inside the Headers folder, it appears to make the
framework work for XCode. At least it allows me to compile the Dumbarton
example apps. I'll play around with some other examples to see if it
resolves the issues across the board.
If it does, any chance we could get those symlinks created automatically as
part of the install? Might save some other people some headaches.
David Rivera wrote:
> Is there any chance that the Mono.framework for the upcoming 2.0 release
> will be compatible with XCode 3.x? No matter what I do, I can't compile
> anything against it that needs to use its header files, like jit.h or
> metadata.h or anything that I've tried.
> It always complains that it can't find the header files, and if I try to
> force tell it where the headers I need are, it fails saying that it can't
> find the headers that that those headers reference.
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