[Mono-osx] Delphi Prism and all those Cocoa bridges

Andrew Brehm ajbrehm at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 14:19:30 EST 2009

marc hoffman-4 wrote:
>> I'm sure Mark won't take offence if I also say, using a VM to run  
>> Visual Studio and then running Interface Builder on the Mac is a  
>> complete and total kludge.
> i somewhat agree, and somewhat disagree. i dislike having to use a VM,  
> as well, but it's important to remember that "real" Mac developers  
> using Xcode and Objective-C, too have Interface Builder as a separate  
> application. So having IB external is pretty much "by design", whether  
> you have the extra barrier of the VM, or not. but yes, i too would  
> love to get rid of needing VMware and Windows at all, and these days  
> VS is just about the only thing i do use it for ;)

I actually like Visual Studio and don't mind switching between a VM and Mac
OS. Also, I currently have the same issue with C# and Cocoa, so I don't see
the problem here.

I am wondering:

1. Can I mix Delphi code with C# code (in different files)?

2. Does Delphi support Intellisense for .NET and Delphi framework classes?

3. What about Intellisense for Monobjc classes?

marc hoffman-4 wrote:
>> A MonoDevelop version would really improve the situation, so let's  
>> hope that happens :-)
> it exists now. we just cannot ship it while MD is under GPL. :(

I don't like MonoDevelop on Mac OS X.

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