[Mono-dev] Having difficulty porting to OS X.
wjohansson at atacomm.com
Thu Aug 2 10:59:30 EDT 2007
Like I said, it should work out of the box. Are you just typing mono
assembly.exe in a terminal with X11 running with DISPLAY set to :0.0 ?
On Aug 1, 2007, at 8:18 PM, Brian OBrien wrote:
> Will Johansson wrote:
>> I've actually been working on the Quartz backend with some
>> success, but it's nowhere close to being done!
>> bobrein, are you trying to use the X11 or Quartz backend? Out of
>> the box mono should be able to use X11 for SWF on Mac OS X.
> for what I'm doing X11 is fine... Quartz would look nicer but...
> I have a feeling that the path to the libraries is what is wrong
> but I'm not sure about what environment variable should be set and
> where to set it for all users of the system. I don't know what
> shell the app is going to be launched from. I hope to use macpac
> to make the application...
>> On Aug 1, 2007, at 4:37 PM, R. Tyler Ballance wrote:
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>>> On Aug 1, 2007, at 1:42 PM, bobrien at ucalgary.ca wrote:
>>>> Hi, I wrote a CSharp app using Visual Studio 2005 Express
>>>> Edition. I
>>>> brought the exe file over to the mac where I have installed the
>>>> version of Mono.
>>>> I get some error messages from mono and was hoping someone could
>>>> help me
>>>> work these out
>>> Applications using Windows Forms on Mac OS X will have turbulent
>>> waters to pass through. Unfortunately the GDI+ stuff is still based
>>> off of X11. Feel free to help port Windows Forms to use Quartz as a
>>> backend ;)
>>> - -R. Tyler Ballance
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