B4J Tutorial MonoBuilder - Compile B4J programs on Linux or Mac

Erel

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Mono is a Mac / Linux port of .Net Framework: http://www.mono-project.com/

Using Mono it is possible use B4JBuilder, the command line compiler, to compile B4J projects on Linux or Mac.
(The IDE only runs on Windows.)

Installation instructions:

1. Install Mono on the Mac or Linux computer.
2. Install Java JDK. You can check whether it is installed by running javac.
3. Download MonoBuilder: www.b4x.com/b4j/files/MonoBuilder.zip and unzip it.
4. You can now compile the project with the following commands:
B4X:
export MONO_IOMAP=all
<path to MonoBuilder>/B4JBuilder.exe -task=build
If javac is not found then you should edit b4xV5.ini and set the path to the JDK bin folder.

More information about B4JBuilder: http://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/50154/#content

The package includes the libraries that come with the IDE. You can copy other libraries to the libraries folder. The jar files names must be lowercased.

 

Firpas

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Hi to everybody,

I do not know much about Mac and IOS but,
I`m trying to complile B4JBulder in a Mac (Virtual Machine with VirtualBox)

I installed Mono checking for Mac works well.

I have installed Java too.

When I run the command:

B4X:
export MONO_IOMAP=all
<path to MonoBuilder>/B4JBuilder.exe -task=build
an error occurs as you can see in the attached image

Thanks in advance
 

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