if you like C# as a language you have to take a look to mono
(http://www.mono-project.com) the os implementation of .NET, c#.and a lot
more! There's also an version for mac.
Yes I know this suggestion is a little bit off topic and I really enjoy
developing Java on Mac. But why should people not migrate in two steps? First
changing the os and later on the language ;-)
Am Dienstag, 30. Januar 2007 14:29 schrieb Luis Rojas:
> Hi all,
> I would like to start developing in Java ( would much rather do it on
> ObjC, but i don't know enough and cant find the right books ), as a
> hobby. I am coming from working with VS and C# ( although i hate to
> admit it, C# is a good language ), and would like something similar,
> maybe like eclipse, to develop Java Applications on the mac. I
> apologize for the noob question and thank you all in advance.
> Luis R. Rojas
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