MTStatusBarOverlay Xamarin (monotouch) bindings
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MTStatusBarOverlay Xamarin Bindings

Xamarin iOS unified bindings for great objc library MTStatusBarOverlay MTStatusBarOverlay

Current binding is built against commit 4974f12aff1443b4767a7ea4ccd8875adf974712

Available as a Nuget by installing package MTStatusBarOverlayBindings.iOS

Binding details

Binding was done by compiling MTStatusBarOverlay for arm64/armv7/i386, merging those 3 .a files into one (using lipo/libtool command, details here) libtool -static libMTStatusBarOverlay.a.armv7a libMTStatusBarOverlay.a.arm64 libMTStatusBarOverlay.a.i386 libMTStatusBarOverlay.a.x86_64 -o libMTStatusBarOverlay.a To check the final .a file, run this and you should see lipo -info libMTStatusBarOverlay.a Architectures in the fat file: libMTStatusBarOverlay.a are: armv7 arm64 i386 x86_64

After that against source code we run sharpie to generate C# classes.

sharpie bind -output Binding -v -sdk iphoneos8.2 -scope MTStatusBarOverlay MTStatusBarOverlay/MTStatusBarOverlay.h -c -IMTStatusBarOverlay -v

Adding -v in the end helps a lot to understand why the sharpie crashes (and it does sometimes). Turns out, MTStatusBarOverlay.h didn't had #import <UIKit/UIKit.h> and it was compiling fine, but sharpie could not parse it. After adding the import, sharpie generated ApiDefinition/StructsAndEnums files and we're good.

Credits

Thank you, myell0w, for doing this simple yet amazing library. We're glad we can use it in Xamarin apps. Thank you, Slepter, for fixing iOS 9 black screen bug