[Mono-osx] Is native look on OS X possible?

niknil niknil9000 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 18:52:05 EST 2009

duanew wrote:
> Of course.  But not by using WinForms.  My recommendation is to use
> Interface Builder to create the UI then something along the lines of
> Monobjc
> to create the bridge between Mono and the GUI. 

OK, but Monobjc, Mcocoa etc are specifically for the Mac. What I'm looking
for is a cross platform framework (=the same code on different platforms).
Sorry I didn't mention that in my previous post, but I thought that Mono was
a cross platform framework. It says so on the mono-project home page, but
when I look at the Mac and Linux screenshots of my sample app, I can see
that it's not quite that. Although the app runs at different platforms, it's
not 'true' cross platform in the sense that wxWidgets and QT are.

I just found the http://mono-project.com/Gui_Toolkits page (should have
looked there first!), and it seems there might be a QT interface in the
works. The wxNET wxWidgets interface is also listed there, but that project
fell silent in 2007.
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