[Mono-osx] Accessing a .NET DLL through Mono using FPC (free pascal on Mac OS X)
Hess, Philip J
pjhess at purdue.edu
Thu Jan 26 21:24:54 UTC 2012
An obvious first-thing-to-do question, but have you verified that the .NET DLL does indeed operate correctly with Mono on Mac?
From: mono-osx-bounces at lists.ximian.com [mono-osx-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Andrew [andrew.hall at intrahealth.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2012 3:22 PM
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Subject: [Mono-osx] Accessing a .NET DLL through Mono using FPC (free pascal on Mac OS X)
We have an application (FPC - free pascal on OS X in Xcode) which must
interface with a published .NET DLL.
Our understanding is that we must install the MONO framework, and presumably
register the DLL with Mono and then access the DLL.
We would appreciate some high level guidance on how to do this... how do we
connect with the Mono framework (when it appears to have no
headers/described interface) and how do we access the DLL itself (from our
FPC application)? Is some of the setup external? Do we need to prepare the
DLL in Mono and install a "modified" DLL for Mac OS? Etc? Is there any
sample code along these lines written in any language for Xcode that we
might use as guide?
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