[Mono-osx] Installed on OSX 10.5 but no "mono" command

Mojito Sorbet mojitotech at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 14:13:52 EDT 2009

I see what I did.  Each line in the list actually has two different 
downloads on it.  I just picked the wrong word to click on.

Mojito Sorbet wrote:
> Well, on the page at www.go-mono.com/mono-downloads/download.html
> when I click on the "Mac OS X" icon, the list of things it presents to 
> down load includes only:
>    1. The CSDK for all combinations of Intel/PPC
>    2. A MonoDevelop Preview
>    3. Cocoa# 0.9.5 source
> Where do I get the framework itself from?  It says it will include Gtk# 
> too.  Am I supposed to compile it from source?
> Michael Hutchinson wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Mojito Sorbet <mojitotech at gmail.com> 
>> wrote:
>>> I admit to not having touched a Mac since OS8.  I have had no trouble
>>> with mono on Linux.
>>> I downloaded the Mono CDSK for PowerPC to my G4, and opened the
>>> dmg file.
>>> That showed me a pkg file, which I opened.
>>> That ran an installer, which it said was successful.
>>> Opened a Terminal, but the "mono" command is unknown.
>>> Am I missing a step?
>> The C SDK is the headers, static libs, etc for libmono. It's mostly
>> only useful if you're embedding the Mono runtime in a native app.
>> You need the Mono framework package.

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