Note: Mono 3.10 was broken by Bug #23553 which prevents Fiddler from launching on Mac. Mac Note: The WinForms framework on Mac is almost unusably buggy. Your best bet is to run Fiddler inside a Linux or Windows Virtual Machine and point the Mac's proxy settings at that.

Mono For Mac

What Is Mono For Mac

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    Mac OS X 10.7 or later

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    Mono Team / Mono for Mac

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Mono Framework For Mac

Mono For Mac
Mono for Mac is a software platform designed to allow developers to easily create cross platform applications part of the .NET Foundation. Sponsored by Microsoft, Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Runtime. A growing family of solutions and an active and enthusiastic contributing community is helping position Mono to become the leading choice for the development of cross platform applications. Mono has support for both 32 and 64 bit systems on a number of architectures as well as a number of operating systems.
After you get Mono installed, it’s probably a good idea to run a quick Hello World program to make sure everything is set up properly. That way you’ll know that your Mono for Mac is working before you try writing or running a more complex application. The Mono project focuses on compilers and runtime libraries and does not directly provide an IDE. Developers must choose from a series of available tools the one best suited for them. MonoDevelop is a Mono/C# Integrated Development Environment for Windows, Linux and macOS. It parses your C# and VB programs as you type them and is able to provide contextual completion of methods.
Pick an installation directory where you want your new copy of Mono to be installed. Let's call that location PREFIX. Your Mono installation and its dependencies will be installed there. For example, I like to use the directory /opt/mono, so I would replace PREFIX with /opt/mono in the following discussion.
If you have more than one Mono installation (for example to keep multiple versions around), you will want to read the document on Parallel Mono Environments on how to keep your various Mono installations separate.
Also Available: Download Mono for Windows
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