[Mono-osx] mono 2.10.8 and power pc g4/g5
Miguel de Icaza
miguel at xamarin.com
Sat Mar 24 03:35:02 UTC 2012
Mono should work as long as you build your own version. We currently do not produce PowerPC builds
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On Mar 23, 2012, at 5:41 PM, lopez86100 <jarek.l at ipsharkk.com> wrote:
> I'm new so hello everybody :)
> I'm writing software (mono 2.10.8) for osx 10.5/10.6/10.7 for now it's
> compatible with intel processors but it should run also on Snow Leopard on
> Power PC G4 and G5.
> What is also important I'm loading dynamic library which is connecting to
> kext extension so on 64 bit kernel mono should run 64bit to be compatible.
> dylib and kext are compiled with xcode and they are compatible with i386
> x86_64 ppc7400 and ppc970.
> Is that possible to compile mono then use mkbundle or something else and
> make it compatible with i386 x86_64 ppc7400 and ppc970 ? If not what is the
> solution ? I've searched through google but there is no strict answer. Is
> mono 2.10.8 compatible with 10.5 (osx) running on G4/G5 machines ?
> Thanks for any help.
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