Event handling has been revamped a while ago in order to support
informal protocols for delegate. Check out
http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=events-and-delegates for details
and how to migrate your code.
Regards, Laurent Etiemble.
2010/2/2 Mario De Clippeleir <mari...@sydec.be>:
> Cool ! I've had no more crashes during my tests on Snow Leopard and Leopard.
> Thanks a lot !
> However, I have a problem using the "Recently used files".
> Before i've had implemented as follows :
> NSApplication.NSApp.ApplicationOpenFile += new
> NSApplication.ApplicationOpenFileEventHandler (SelectRecentProject);
> Now the "ApplicationOpenFile" does not exists anymore... How do i solve this
> On 01/02/10 09:28, 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, 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 2.0.479.0 release:
>> - Enhancement in the native library, in order to fix the Snow Leopard
>> intermittent crashes.
>> If you are using Monobjc on Snow Leopard and experiencing intermittent
>> crashes (the "thread_get_state failed" bug), please download and try
>> this release; your feedback is more than needed in order to fix the
>> As usual:
>> - 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:
>> Feedback, remarks and donations are welcomed !!!
>> Regards, Laurent Etiemble.