[Mono-devel-list] longtime Mac programmer needs a little help getting set up
grompf at sublimeintervention.com
Wed Dec 15 17:26:04 EST 2004
Gtk# is currently not exactly "easy" on OSX at the moment; however
installing mono is quite simple; download the .dmg from the website and
install it like any other dmg. Additionally a Cocoa# user has
contributed Xcode templates which will call mcs for you (I'll have to
dig them up if you're interested or send a mail tot he cocoa# list).
On 15-Dec-04, at 5:21 PM, Daniel Morrow wrote:
> Dear Mono list,
> We have a .NET project written originally on the PC, using VB.NET. It
> is a Web Service. There's no UI, aside from the web-pages that it
> publishes. The web pages are just the descriptions of the Web
> Services. So, I read about Mono being able to do .NET stuff on UNIX-y
> platforms, including MacOS X, and it sounds incredibly useful.
> Anyway, most of my expertise is as a Mac programmer, not as a UNIX
> guy. So my command-line experience is little, and my UNIX background
> is almost nothing. So naturally, when I see installation instructions
> 7. Configure GTK# as per the following:
> PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/sw/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/X11R6/lib/pkgconfig \
> PATH=/usr/bin:$PATH \ ./configure
> I naturally panic and think, "WTF?"
> I'm not sure which parts need downloading, which parts need compiling,
> So my question is, has someone written the "Installing and developing
> Mono on MacOS X for Dummies" yet? The instructions on the Go-Mono site
> seem to be written by someone more comfortable with UNIX, command
> Thanks for any help.
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