[Mono-dev] MonoDevelop on Windows

Jonathan Pobst monkey at jpobst.com
Fri Feb 22 10:34:29 EST 2008

I pretty much just compiled trunk on Linux with --disable-gnomeplatform, 
and don't put an option for gtksourceview2, and it will just use the new 
managed source editor.  Later I wrote a WindowsPlatform addin, and got 
Lluis to remove a few Unix-isms.

After that, Geoff Norton pretty much took over and made the real 
progress.  He made a lot of fixes for remoting and such to make it work 
much better.  Next week, when he gets back from the conference he is at, 
I will try to prod him to put his changes into SVN.


Daniel Morgan wrote:
> Jonathan,
> What steps did you use to build and run MonoDevelop on
> Windows?  And what dependencies did you use?
> I understand from your blog that a lot of it does not
> work, but I still would like to see it at least run. 
> I'm sure others would be interested in helping and/or
> testing it.
> Hopefully, you can commit your fixes to svn so others
> can try it out.
> Thanks,
> Daniel
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