Sunday, September 18 2011

Monobjc Continuous Integration

Monobjc CI Infrastructure

The upcoming version of Monobjc 4.0, will be able to run on Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6 and 10.7 operating systems under both i386 and x86_64 architectures. For a complete coverage of this platforms and architectures, the goal is to have these three platforms readily available so non-regression and  […]

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Thursday, July 21 2011

Monobjc under Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)

As some of you may have noticed, Monobjc is under heavy development to support the newly released version of Mac OS X 10.7, also known as Lion. Thanks to the architecture redesign performed under the version 3.0 (the native runtime), the transition is smooth and easy. A preview release of Monobjc  […]

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Thursday, May 19 2011

Monobjc and OpenGL

Some people have noticied that the new major release of Monobjc was lacking of OpenGL support. I am currently working on it and have finalized the new bindings. There will be more complete and flexible, and I expect to provide several sample applications (NSTimer based or Display-Link based) to  […]

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Monobjc now offers CorePlot support

Starting with the release 3.0.1405.0, the Monobjc bridge offers a complete CorePlot support. You can now use this framework for your graphs. Two sample applications have been added for demonstration purpose.

Thursday, November 11 2010

State of the Union for Monobjc

New Runtime

It is been a while since I blogged about Monobjc. Some people may have thought that the project was in sleep (or worst dead), but it is not. I work on Monobjc on my spare time, which means that the project does not go as fast as I would. And as the last six months have been quite harsh for me on the  […]

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Sunday, September 14 2008

Future of Monobjc

Monobjc is more than one year old, and the time has come to go beyond the Monobjc bridge. In order to develop the .NET programming on Mac OS X, a bridge is not enough. A whole development ecosystem is needed, so any new developer will have all the necessary tools to leverage the power of .NET on Mac  […]

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Wednesday, September 10 2008

Migrating from CocoaSharp to Monobjc

If you are using CocoaSharp and you want to migrate to Monobjc, read this tutorial. It contains tip and tricks to ease the migration.

Monday, August 25 2008

How to put a clickable hyperlink into a static NSTextField ?

The title is pretty clear, and the answer to the question is pretty simple: Technical Q&A QA1487. Et voilà !!!

Thursday, January 17 2008

Monobjc is alive (hourray)

After six month of casual development, I am pleased to announce the Monobjc project. The Monobjc project provides a .NET/Objective-C bridge that can be used to add the power of the Mac OS X API (Cocoa, CoreGraphics, WebKit, QuickTime, etc) to .NET application (thanks to Mono).