[Mono-osx] MonoMac is not adding my outlets to my C# files
adam at irisdesign.co.nz
Tue Apr 3 19:00:35 UTC 2012
Not idiotic at all...
Yes I saved it, I might have to try the uninstall approach - I thought doing updates would be forceful enough to set everything up properly - but apparently not.
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On 4/04/2012, at 3:41 AM, Tomas Trescak <tomi.trescak at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is rather idiotic advice .. but did you save that NIB file?
> 1. Create new monomac project
> 2. Open NIB file from within the MonoDevelop
> 3. Add control and create outlet (to the MainWindowController.h)
> 4. Save file
> 5. Switch back to MonoDevelop
> 6. You should see the the generated outlet in MainWindow.Designer.cs
> If above is not true, I'd recommend reinstalling the whole thing using stable versions of both Mono and MD.
> nimble wrote:
>> I have the latest updates of all MonoMac/MD.
>> After I create new outlets in Interface Builder (and bind them to controls),
>> Im not seeing any changes in my C# code...
>> Why arent these bindings being generated?
>> I know this is a rather vague questions, but Im happy to post any diagnostic
>> output anybody needs...
>> Thanks - I'd really love to get started coding in MonoMac - but this is a
>> bit of a hurdle!
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