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Is this possible or is Objective C, C# and C++ the only ways? I hate XCode.

asked Aug 29 '12 at 17:53

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Java is always great and it's cross platform. Also if it's just Xcode you dislike, try another IDE.

answered Aug 29 '12 at 17:58

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I was never really good at java.. There is MonoDevelop but that only works with C#, I do know C# but not enough to make anything too awesome.

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To my knowledge, the .NET software (correct me if I'm wrong) is made by MS. This means no Mac support.

answered Aug 29 '12 at 18:07

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@ryebread761 is correct; There is no native support for any .NET frameworks outside of MS's ecosystem.

You could go the route @Fish suggests. Though Java is a bit touchy at times.

Technically you could write an app for windows then try to use it on OSX through compatibility software such as WINE. But in all honesty, some design elements don't work and things never really port over the same.

answered Aug 29 '12 at 19:08

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