Monday, September 12 2011

NAnt - Mono 4.0 Profile

This entry describes how to build the Mono 4.0 profile for NAnt. This is needed if you want to target the Mono 4.0 profile with NAnt, as the Mono framework does ship with a rather old version of NAnt. Getting the source The source code can be fetched with CVS. Refer to the NAnt source code page on  […]

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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.

Wednesday, February 23 2011

Mono 64 bits on Mac OS X

If you ever wanted to try (or even use) Mono 64 bits on Mac OS X, I have created a small project on GitHub called Mono-Sixty-Four. This is a simple scrip that creates a minimal 64 bits Mono runtime and merges it with an existing Universal 32 bits Mono runtime. At the end, you get a Universal 32/64  […]

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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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Wednesday, April 29 2009

Monobjc supports SM2DGraphView framework

Monobjc 2.0.342.0 was released on April 2009, the 15th. One major addition in Monobjc is the support of SM2DGraphView graphing framework. It is the first round to include a graphing framework, and I hope to enhance the support in the next releases.

Sunday, December 21 2008

Sparkle support in Monobjc

Monobjc 2.0.313.0 was released on December 2008, the 17th. One major addition in Monobjc is the support of Sparkle update engine. Sparkle is one of the most used framework in the Cocoa world, as it makes updating an application a breeze. The main problem with Sparkle in Monobjc was the private  […]

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Saturday, December 13 2008

Monobjc with Delphi Prism

I am pleased to see that Monobjc can be now used with Delphi Prism thanks to RemObjects Software. Marc Hoffman has a nice blog entry about this integration.

Thursday, November 13 2008

<mkbundle/> task in Monobjc

Many people want to package their .NET application for Mac OS X. And above all, they want the experience to be painless, which means that they want to ship an application that runs, whether Mono is installed or not. The process of packaging a .NET application for Mac OS X basically follows 4 steps:  […]

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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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