Linked by David Adams on Fri 18th Mar 2011 16:45 UTC
.NET (dotGNU too) From the release announcement: "Almost a year ago we started building a set of Mono bindings for building native MacOS X applications. Our original goals were modest: bind enough of AppKit that you could build native desktop applications for OSX using C# or your favorite .NET language. We leveraged a lot of the code that we built for MonoTouch our binding to the CocoaTouch APIs."
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RE: For Mac developers?
by danbuter on Fri 18th Mar 2011 22:58 UTC in reply to "For Mac developers?"
danbuter
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2011-03-17

You don't need IronPython. Regular Python runs fine on OS X.

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RE[2]: For Mac developers?
by ul1984 on Fri 18th Mar 2011 23:10 in reply to "RE: For Mac developers?"
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2011-03-18

Yes but, as I understand it, having all languages run on top of Mono(.NET / CLR(Common Language Runtime)) platform means if you write framework in C# for example its automatically available from from other .NET compatible languages, without having to write any bindings.

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