[Mono-osx] Bundling Mono runtime into CD installer
gnorton at novell.com
Mon Jun 22 23:39:42 EDT 2009
You should bundle your app as a pkg and our framework is alreayd a pkg
and bundle them both in a mpkg. The scope of how you do this is
beyond this list and well documented online
On 22-Jun-09, at 1:49 PM, Kevin MacDonald wrote:
> Please indulge my newbie question.
> I have an executable written in C# that is a command line utility that
> performs various functions including web service calls. I need to
> this for Mac OSX and ship it as part of a large installation via CD
> or DVD.
> After doing a bit of preliminary reading my understanding is that
> Mono is a
> compiler AND a runtime, therefore I now believe that I will have to
> some portion of Mono into my installer and install it on each client
> machine. Could someone point me at additional reading that would
> show me how
> to do this? I am predominantly a .NET developer with a bit of Linux
> experience, and Mac OSX is new to me. I'm hoping to find information
> will show me from the ground up where everything needs to go so that
> I can
> build a reliable installer for my product on the Mac.
> Thanks very much.
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