[Mono-dev] Compiling Visual Studio Project files with Mono

Rafael Teixeira monoman at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 17:44:15 EDT 2007

You can use mdtools from MonoDevelop, that enables you to use the IDE
engine (no GUI) to compile projects/solutions, among other things.

You can also use MonoDevelop in full IDE mode to do that.

Hope it helps,

On 10/12/07, Phil <mono at thinkedge.com> wrote:
> I need a little bit of help. Is there a linux program that can read
> Visual Studio project or solution files (.csproj or .sln) and execute
> the mono gmcs compiler accordingly? I have searched the web and have
> not found thing (that works).
> Prj2Make seems to be defunt project and I could not get XBuild to
> actually do anything. There is not a lot of information on XBuild
> anywhere.
> Thanks in advance.
> Phil
> BTW. Mono developers, thank you for all your hard work and contributions.
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