[Mono-osx] How to run c# code and hide the form when starting a cocoa Monobjc application

d_v dan.vandermolen at figpsoft.com
Wed Apr 21 11:17:44 EDT 2010

Does anyone know how to run c# code and hide the form when starting a cocoa
Monobjc.net application?  I can't even get the HelloCocoa sample application
to do this.

I can't find any information on the net regarding this question.

1. How do I modify HelloCocoa so that I can run some code automatically when
the application starts?  
2. How do I hide the form when the application starts? 

I am creating a formless application that will auto-quit when someone logs
out of the Mac.

What I tried: (partly)
I can run and compile c# code in the HelloCocoa monobjc sample just great. 
I have created the HelloCocoa project/sample from scratch and compiled it
without a hitch.

I tried placing code before and after Application.Run() and in AwakeFromNib
but it does not seem to run.

Please help.

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