The state of Mono support on Mac OS X

Most of us are fairly familair with Mono I suspect. But just how hip are you to how well it’s supported on other platforms?

Most Linux users are well acquainted with the Mono Project by now; the free implementation of Microsoft’s .Net Framework and its associated development tools has produced some impressive applications, and is even shipping in the default releases of several prominent Linux distributions. But since Mono bills itself as a cross-platform alternative to .Net, I decided to see how it fares on Mac OS X.

Mono’s officially supported platforms are Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, Solaris, and the big three BSD variants (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and NetBSD). Mono creator Miguel de Icaza says that the BSD ports are completely community-driven, while the Solaris and OS X ports are maintained by programmers at corporate sponsor Novell…. Source: NewsForge