[Mono-osx] Best practice for launching your Mono WinForms application
abryson at rm.com
Thu Jan 14 11:56:20 EST 2010
I have a .NET 2.0 WinForms application which works well on Windows, but need
it to run on Mac OS X 10.4,5,6.
Currently, I've written a MyProgram.command file (using bash) which does a
few pre-launch setup tasks, and then executes 'mono myProgram.exe'.
The program executes but application standard output is written to the
console window. This isn't so bad I could redirect to /dev/null or a log
file, but ideally I would like the execution of 'mono myProgram.exe' to be
detatched from the bash process which the .command file launched, i.e. mono
launchs, but no shell window is opened / left open.
Can somebody give me some advice on what method I should be using to execute
my program? Otherwise, what format of should the bash script and call the
'mono' take please?
I hope somebody can provide me with some adivce.
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