This is good news.
Please let me know when the sample is completly rewritten. I am planning to
enhance the programming guide (Boostrapping, Exposing .NET types, etc.) with
several languages such as VB.NET, Managed C++ or F# (Just as Microsoft does
in MSDN samples).
2008/4/9, Johan Kullbom <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> 8 apr 2008 kl. 08.32 skrev Johan Kullbom:
> 6 apr 2008 kl. 17.08 skrev Laurent Etiemble:
> > >
> > > [...]
> > > - how to expose F# construct to Monobjc ?
> > >
> > As far as I understand it F# compiles member functions and "free"
> > functions to IL that in C#/VB would be seen as static methods.
> > I think that it would be possible to tweak the way the attributes
> > ObjectiveCClass, ObjectiveCField and ObjectiveCMessage are treated by the
> > ProxyGenerator.
> > (When I tried to use CocoaSharp together with F# the only problem seemed
> > to be the binding-issues above. Actually running an application was no
> > problem. )
> I seems like everything works just fine as it is. No need at all for
> anything special ... I have almost rewritten the ToolbarSample in F# and so
> far things works just fine.
> F# is (seems to be - the sample is not completely rewritten yet) able to
> compile standard .Net classes as far as Monobjc is concerned...
> Johan Kullbom