[Mono-dev] Cannot compile monodebugger with mono from svn trunk

xplicit svg at ngs.ru
Sat May 29 15:10:48 EDT 2010

In monodevelop 2.2 I don't see 'Run With Mono Soft Debugger' only 'Run With
Mono Debugger'. In prefered debuggers I see: Mono Debugger, Mono Debugger
for ASP.NET, GNU Debugger (GDB).

Monodevelop 2.2 was installed from Ubuntu 10.04 repository and runs under
mono 2.4. 

Also I have two parallel mono environment (mono 2.6.4 and mono 2.7) and
tried to debug my applications with debugger from md 2.2 with no success. I
did not try to recompile MD 2.2 from sources yet (shoud I recompile or maybe
there is the way to add Soft Debugger to MD 2.2 without recompilation?)

But I tried to check out MD from trunk, recompiled it under mono 2.6.4 and
software debbuger appeared in the list and I now can debug my app under
'Soft Debugger' both in the 2.6.4 and 2.7 mono environment.

Generic mono debugger does not work with MD2.4 under mono 2.6.4 environment,
throwing 'MissingMethod' exception when evaluating watch (DeclaringType in
Mono.Debugger.Method). I don't know why this happens, I examined assembly,
which monodevelop tries to load (Mono.Debugger.dll from /opt/mono26) and it
seems, that the assembly has this method (if I understood right the output
of monodis)   


Michael Hutchinson wrote:
> On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 10:31 AM, xplicit <svg at ngs.ru> wrote:
> You got this message from running the debugger?
> I can see how something like that could happen if you used an old
> version of MDB with MD... but it shouldn't happen with the soft
> debugger. Do you have the menu option "Run->Run with->Mono Soft
> Debugger"?
> -- 
> Michael Hutchinson
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