[Mono-osx] [ANN] mcocoa 0.7 and mobjc 0.8

Lee V. Andrus landrus2 at by-rite.net
Tue Jan 5 17:48:20 EST 2010

Jesse Jones-2 wrote:
> mcocoa provides C# wrappers around nearly all of Apple's Foundation and
> AppKit frameworks. mobc is a bridge between Mono and Objective-C. Together
> these libraries allow you to write Cocoa applications using Mono. Unlike
> most other libraries mobjc properly handles exceptions arising in both
> managed and native code. 
> The libraries can be found at:
> http://code.google.com/p/mcocoa
> http://code.google.com/p/mobjc
> ...
>   -- Jesse

I downloaded these and tried to build mobjc.  I got an error message
indicating that something in the Mono framework was out of date.  I
downloaded and installed the latest Mono framework and tried again.  I got
this error message (which may be the same as the 1st):

[mono] /usr/local/source/mobjc- @ make
gmcs -out:bin/tests.dll -checked+ -debug+ -warn:4 -warnaserror+ -d:DEBUG
-d:TRACE -d:CONTRACTS_FULL -nowarn:1591	 -pkg:mono-nunit -r:bin/mobjc.dll
-target:library test/*.cs
dyld: Library not loaded:
  Referenced from:
  Reason: Incompatible library version: mono requires version 2106.0.0 or
later, but libgthread-2.0.0.dylib provides version 2001.0.0
make: *** [bin/tests.dll] Trace/BPT trap

It looks like the gthread library packaged with Mono is not new enough for
the mono executable in the same framework.
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