[MonoDevelop] OSX application from a .NET source

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Wed May 12 10:36:08 EDT 2010


First, the application doesn't need to be rebuilt with Mono, the exe can be
reused as is.
Then, yes, you can create a bundle using macpack that will let you run the
application as if it was a native app (except it requires the Mono runtime).


hcooper wrote:
> I've done some searching on the forum prior to posting, so my apologies if
> this is actually answered someplace and I missed it.  I've also been going
> thru the FAQ on mono as well, but its not clear to me.
> I was told that if I have a program that is written in VB2008 (thus a .NET
> app) that I can use mono to build and run on a Mac running OS-10.5, such
> that it runs as if it was a native application.  However in reading thru
> some of the forum Q&A, it appears that may not be the case.
> The end result is...I want to be able to port my application currently
> running on Windows to Mac, and have it behave as native, meaning not
> having to load up other apps to make it run...Xwin, etc.  Simply just
> "run" the program.  Yes I know there may be some tweaking involved.  
> So, pretty much what I am looking for is a yes or no answer....will mono
> allow me to do this?

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