Commit ad272f5f authored by Martin Finkel's avatar Martin Finkel
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Update README

Add Xamarin.Mac (Cocoa) to supported platforms
parent 0a1952d1
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- Xamarin.Android
- Xamarin.iOS
- Xamarin.Mac
- Xamarin.Forms
- Windows (WPF)
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The second package you need is LibVLCSharp, the .NET wrapper that consumes `libvlc` and allows you to interact with native code from C#/F#.
```cmd
dotnet add package LibVLCSharp --version 0.0.1-alpha2
dotnet add package LibVLCSharp
```
https://www.nuget.org/packages/LibVLCSharp
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If you plan to use LibVLCSharp with Xamarin.Forms, you need to install LibVLCSharp.Forms instead (which references LibVLCSharp).
```cmd
dotnet add package LibVLCSharp.Forms --version 0.0.1-alpha
dotnet add package LibVLCSharp.Forms
```
https://www.nuget.org/packages/LibVLCSharp.Forms/
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## Roadmap
- macOS (using Cocoa with Xamarin.Mac, GTK)
- macOS (using GTK)
- Linux (using GTK)
- Windows 10 (using UWP, GTK)
- Game engines (Unity, Unreal, Godot)
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