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

Joanna Carter cocoasharp at carterconsulting.org.uk
Wed Feb 11 10:05:21 EST 2009

Matt Emson a écrit :

> The "innovative" part of Delphi Prism, for the OS X perspective, is the 
> code templates and IDE support of OS X development it provides. Nothing 
> more really - the rest is smoke and mirrors. The bitter pill is the 
> reliance on Parallels or VMWare fusion, the requirement to own a license 
> for Windows XP (or greater) and the fact that integration with Interface 
> Builder is still more voodoo magic than a real solution. IMO, if you 
> have one part of the puzzle missing, the deck of cards falls and it is 
> no more useful than using MonoDevelop or a C# code project plugin for 
> XCode.

I would agree that an OS X IDE for .NET languages would be perfect but, 
as the OS X user base increases and idiots like us knuckle down to 
fulfilling that increasing market, somethings bound to turn up :-)


Joanna Carter
Carter Consulting

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