The NObjective bridge provides the necessary tools to develop and run .NET applications (written in C#, VB.NET, etc.) that interact with Objective-C frameworks and libraries under Mac OS X.
Huge library of automatically generated proxies around objc classes
*More than 2300 classes and 23000 methods can be used directly from your .NET code *Proxies are generated using objc-introspection assisted by .h files parsing to achieve more natural method signatures *Generates essential enums and structs *Also proxies can be generated without C header files
Transparent exception rethrowing
from unmanaged to managed world
Easy access to major Mac OS X frameworks and libraries
Ability to build your own types that can be used inside Cocoa
Combines flexibility of managed and power of unmanaged code to achieve highest performance
ships with x86/ppc UB library
Works on most popular versions of OS X:
MacOS Tiger 10.4 ( ppc ) + Mono 2.6
See [http://code.google.com/p/nobjective/] for details.