[Mono-winforms-list] Suffering from mono-noob-cleosis.
stifu at free.fr
Fri Sep 17 15:49:33 EDT 2010
Yes. Basically, MonoMac is a C# wrapper around native OSX libraries. An extra
layer that lets you use them from the .NET side, in managed land.
Also, note that MonoMac is quite recent, and isn't mature yet. Before, there
were many different OSX wrappers for Mono (Monobjc, Cocoa#, etc), but no
"official" one, causing division in the community. So, MonoMac is an attempt
from the Mono team to fix that.
Anyway, depending on what you want to do, you may not need to use MonoMac.
If you don't need a strong Mac integration (using Mac-only features...), you
can do without, I think.
> Thanks Stifu:Yes, that is a bit daunting as I am not a Mac person."But if
> you want to do OSX-specific code (like using MonoMac), then it's a
> different story." I'll have to check out MonoMac as I have no idea what it
> is. Can I use C# and basic .Net coding methods ion MonoMac?Thanks.Kurt
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