Laurent, > The 3.0 release use a mono wrapper that replace the old script-based launcher > and the native library. If I recall well, you are using custom build process, > so you have to update it to use the new wrapper: > - The mono wrapper binary can be found in the "dist/10.x" folder of the > distribution. It is named "runtime". > - Copy it to the MacOS folder of the application bundle and rename it to > match the application bundle name.
thanx, i'll have a look. i saw some stuff on th website re having to install bridge (http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=getting-started). can you confirm whether monobjc apps will REQUIRE that to be installed? ie is it no longer possibly to build self-contained .apps that *just* require Mono? > As for the Ids returned instead of proper object, can you send me a list so I > can fix the wrapper generator ? the two ones i ran into so far: - NSTableColumn.HeaderCell returns an Id, should be NSTableHeaderCell - NSInteger is no longer automatically cast (or provides operators) to be used with integers; i need to add .value now. thanx! marc