Hi Laurent,

I was just trying out the latest version (thank btw) and i have encountered the following problem : I show a progress indicator in a sheet while i am doing stuff. This used to work with older versions, but with the latest version the progress bar is not updated and the sheet does not want to disappear (using NSApplication.NSApp.EndSheet and progressSheet.OrderOut(progressSheet)

Any idea what is going on ?


On 11/01/2010 15:07, Laurent Etiemble wrote:

I am proud to announce that a new release of Monobjc bridge is available (http://www.monobjc.net/). The Monobjc bridge provides the necessary tools to develop and run .NET applications (written in C#, VB.NET <http://vb.net/>, etc.) that interact with Objective-C frameworks and libraries under Mac OS X. Existing Objective-C classes can be used in .NET code in an almost transparent manner.

What's new in the 2.0.476.0 release:
- Monobjc now includes a native library. Tutorials and samples have been updated accordingly.
- Support for the Growl framework. A sample application is included.
- Add extension methods to ease conversion between selectors and strings.
- Fix <mkbundle/> task to support assembly with spaces in their names.
- Fix number of missing symbols or invalid functions.

Known Issues:
- Some users have reported crashes in their applications under Snow Leopard. The native library included in the bridge should solve most of the cases. If the crashes persist, please provide a crash report trace and if possible a small test-case to reproduce. I am currently working with Mono's team to find a solution. - There are some oddity with the recent releases of Mono on PowerPC machines. If you encounter an issue, please please provide a crash report trace and if possible a small test-case to reproduce. Mono issues are very hard to spot, so any help is welcome.

Downloads: http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=downloads
Tutorials : http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=tutorials
Samples: http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=sample-applications
Programming Guide: http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=programming-guide

Feedback, remarks and donations are welcomed !!!

Regards, Laurent Etiemble.

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