[Mono-devel-list] How to build a project in mono
tsureshkumar at novell.com
Tue Nov 23 05:04:33 EST 2004
There is a IDE for mono on linux called MonoDevelop. It supports
importing from a visual studio .NET project. Or, you can create a
project under it and add files similar to visual studio .net. you can
get it from www.monodevelop.org.
Or there are some alternatives for managing projects.
1. Makefile - the good old make files for compiling projects and keeping
track of dependencies.
2. NAnt - a build system for .NET. it works with mono. you can get it
> From: sujith s <sujiths_s at yahoo.com>
> To: mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
> Subject: [Mono-devel-list] How to build a project in mono
> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 01:45:52 -0800 (PST)
> Hello all,
> I am a beginner in mono.
> My requirement is like this. I have one.Net project
> written in C#. It has a solution file (.sln)and a
> .csproj file which contains details about the files
> that are in the project. When I say build '.csproj'
> using C# compiler it would compile all the files and
> generate the assembly. I want to know the equivalent
> tools and procedures in mono.
> I downloaded the core and compiler.
> I am able to compile the files as "mcs file1.cs
> file2.cs -r depend1.dll".But since my project is very
> big, I don't want to do like this. I want to create a
> project (equivalent to .csproj) from all my source
> files and say build the project. Please let me know
> how to achieve this. Or please point me to some
> samples or links.
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