[Mono-osx] building mcocoa
duane at wandless.net
Tue Mar 10 18:10:03 EDT 2009
If you haven't already ... look into install_name_tool. Here is a post
giving more details on how I used this. Not sure this answers exactly your
issue. Other than that I place mobjc-glue.dylib next to the mobjc.dll.
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Martin Smith <martin.smith.jr at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Jesse,
> I didn't get around to trying this. We're actually embedding mono, and
> that's worked properly without launching from MObjC. One problem that we're
> having now is getting the dylib to be found. Unless we do a dllmap to map
> the dylib to a specific location, it looks in /usr/local/lib. It's not a
> problem right now, but we'll need a better solution when we release. Right
> now, we put all the mono dlls and dylib files into the Resources folder of
> our bundle. Do you have any ideas on how to get mono to look in that path?
> If we could specify the dllmap in code, that would probably help, but the
> file could be anywhere on their disk.
> Thanks in advance,
> On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 3:56 PM, Jesse Jones <jesjones at mindspring.com>wrote:
>> On Mar 5, 2009, at 11:27 AM, Martin Smith wrote:
>> > I did some investigating and it seems that the app is failing on
>> > this line:
>> > NSApplication app = NSApplication.Create("MainMenu.nib");
>> Try building from svn. There was a nasty stack smashing bug that often
>> failed for Intel machines.
>> -- Jesse
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