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From: Matt Emson <memson.li...@googlemail.com>
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 20:37:43 +0100
Subject: Re: [email@example.com] Re: Delivery to the mailing list [
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On 21 Jul 2011, at 15:18, Erik Touve <eto...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Thanks for all the posts.
So the license part (due to statically linking) is still the major barrier
for the community.
Yes. To static link, you need to buy a commercial mono license. To use the
runtime without a static compilation, it is "free", but licensed LGPL, which
will be disallowed from the AppStore. Sorry, I didn't explain properly
2011/7/21 Erik Touve <eto...@sbcglobal.net>
> Thanks for the reply.
> I was interested in hearing your thoughts on it.
> Agreed that tools would need a lot of work. I wasn't aware of the
> licensing issue - which makes development a moot point.
> *From:* Laurent Etiemble <laurent.etiem...@monobjc.net>
> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org
> *Sent:* Thu, July 21, 2011 7:55:39 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [email@example.com] iPhone / iPad ?
> There are several points before running Monobjc on an iOS device:
> - Getting Mono to build and run on iOS (feasible with the right switches)
> - Getting the native part of Monobjc to build and run on iOS (one caveat is
> libFFI, but is seems that there is now a support for iOS devices)
> - Be able to link and shrink all the assemblies so the IL code is the
> smallest one (this is the hardest part)
> - Wrapping everything into an executable (this looks like the embedding
> done on the Mac), and link statically with Mono.
> IMHO, the tooling part is the one that requires the heavy work. In
> addition, the last time I took a look, a license was needed to use the
> static linking of Mono.
> Regards, Laurent Etiemble.
> 2011/7/18 Erik Touve <eto...@sbcglobal.net>
>> I was wondering if it's possible to wrap the iOS SDK framework in
>> Unity does an excellent job of mono on iOS.
>> I fully support Ximian / Novell / now Xamarin efforts. I love the .NET
>> implementation. But, I'm not willing for fork over $400 for in-house
>> application development - something I'm not ever going to sell through any
>> In theory I suppose monobjc could do the same thing as MonoTouch. I'm
>> certain there's a lot of work connecting all the dots... for example
>> specialized mono compilation.
>> Are there plans to do this eventually? Can I do this myself? Are there
>> crazy licensing issues?