Engineer Adhamh Findlay sent us in the first status report and screenshots of the Cocoa# toolkit community project: Cocoa bindings for the Mono runtime. Adhamh writes:“We are currently in the planning stages for 0.2 release. We don’t have a time table yet for it but current planned features are to remove a lot of the debugging code, get rid of the glue code, and to start using “gac”. Some of this has already been done in CVS.”
The first shot is a Cocoa# WebBrowser that Geoff Norton wrote in about 88 lines of C# code using the WebKit Framework. The other shot is showing MonoDoc running in Cocoa#. At the bottom of each screen shot you can see a terminal window with debugging output.