[Mono-docs-list] Q: Howto compile monodoc

Jonathan Pryor jonpryor@vt.edu
Tue, 09 Sep 2003 07:08:11 -0400

You need:
  1. A working mono installation (mcs compiler, etc.).
  2. The gtk-sharp CVS module
  3. The monodoc CVS module

Compile and install gtk-sharp:
	gtk-sharp$ ./autogen.sh --prefix=<YOUR INSTALL PREFIX/>
	gtk-sharp$ make
	gtk-sharp$ make install

Compile and install monodoc:
	monodoc$ ./autogen.sh --prefix=<YOUR INSTALL PREFIX/>
	monodoc$ make
	monodoc$ make install

I think <YOUR INSTALL PREFIX/> needs to be the same prefix as used by
your mono installation, but I'm not entirely sure about that.

I don't think you need CVS mono & mcs; 0.26 should be able to build
gtk-sharp and monodoc.

 - Jon

On Tue, 2003-09-09 at 03:56, Andreas Sliwka wrote:
> Greetings,
>   I recently decided to compile monodoc my self, which failed (see
> earlier reports), Miguel answered with 'use the CVS version', an advice
> I decided to take.
>   Now: What do I need to compile monodoc from scratch?
>   - Which development files of which other packages (gtk, gnome, 
>     etc) do I need?
>   - Which CVS modules must I compile in which order?
>   - which Compilers work and which won't? 
> Thanks in advance,
> mfg