[Mono-dev] Compiler Error CS1902 in mono/master

Marek Safar marek.safar at gmail.com
Thu May 10 08:33:17 UTC 2012


You are hitting MonoDevelop bug where it's calling C# compiler with 
wrong arguments. In this particular case it's -debug:+ which is not valid.

I am not sure there has been fix for it in 2.8 version but the latest 
release should work


> I am testing current mono/master in Ubuntu Precise. I have installed 
> Mono in /opt/mono-2.11. I am using MonoDevelop from the 
> distribution and added the new parallel environment using 
> MonoDevelop's options.
> When using runtime verions everything works as expected. 
> However, if I switch to runtime version 2.11.2 I do get the following 
> error:
> error CS1902: Invalid debug option '+'. Valid options are 'full' or 
> 'pdbonly'
> This means that there's at least a bug in the error message itself. 
> The page at http://man.he.net/man1/gmcs lists the parameter + as valid 
> for the /debug option.
> Does anybody know what's going on here? Is it now required to always 
> use the newest version of MonoDevelop when testing mono/master?
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