You can start by checking that everything is ok with the SparkleSampleApp
which is included in the Monobjc distribution. Refer to
http://www.monobjc.net/index.php?page=samples if you need help to build the
sample applications.

With your application you can try:
- Open the Terminal application and go where your application is
- Execute the following command:
        export MONOBJC_DEBUG=3
- Launch you application:
        ./YourBundle.app/Contents/MacOS/YourBundle > output.log
- The output.log file will contains many useful logs. Look at the start of
the file; you should see the loading phase logs along with the scanned
folders. It should help to diagnose what is going wrong.

Let me know of the result.

Regards, Laurent Etiemble.

2011/1/19 Edward Gent <e.g...@oodrive.fr>

> Hi All,
>   We are currently having trouble getting the Sparkle framework to load
> during startup via ObjectiveCRuntime.LoadFramework("Sparkle"), we used the
> example provided on the Monobjc site as a *strict* guideline on what needs
> to be done.  Unfortunately LoadFramework doesn't seem to look in the
> Application bundle Contents/Frameworks directory for the Sparkle framework.
>  If I put the framework in /Library/Frameworks everything works fine, what
> are we missing here?
> Maybe the problem due to the Application being a standalone embedded Mono
> OSX application???
> Thanks for any help
> Eddie

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