- Go to http://fsharp.org/
- On the left side, you can find "F# On Mac"
- follow the installation instruction on the page to install MonoDevelop and Mono 3.0.
For me, the created project has a FSharp.Core.dll which cannot be resolved. I have to use the Mac OS Terminal to set up the GAC.
The Mac OS Terminal is under Application->Utilities.
then follow the instruction at http://functional-variations.net/crossplatform/installing-gac.aspx. After I execute
> sudo gacutil -i /usr/lib/fsharp/FSharp.Core.dll
I removed the FSharp.Core.dll from the reference. It actually works. :)
Now I can use Mac at home to program F#. What a nice day.. :)