[Mono-list] SharpDevelop (was Re: [Mono-list] Re: Mono-list digest, Vol 1 #1128 - 12 msgs)

Hugues Lismonde h.li@skynet.be
Wed, 27 Aug 2003 12:35:32 +0200

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scheremet@zebra.fh-weingarten.de wrote:

> Hi,
> I tried to install SharpDevelop on Debian GNU Linux with Mono C# compiler
> version (Installed from pre-compiled binaries, NOT CVS)
> Here's my output:
> ps@martin:~/devel/SharpDevelop/src$ cat build.bat
> @echo off
> Tools\NAnt\bin\nant
> ps@martin:~/devel/SharpDevelop/src$ file ./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe
> ./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe: MS Windows PE 32-bit Intel 80386 console
> executable
> ps@martin:~/devel/SharpDevelop/src$ ./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe
> ** (./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe:13721): WARNING **: Could not find assembly
> Microsoft.JScript
> ** (./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe:13721): WARNING **: Could not find assembly
> NAnt.Core
> cannot open assembly ./Tools/nant/bin/NAnt.exe
> As I suppose from http://www.go-mono.com/class-status.html, there's no
> class called Microsoft.JScript implemented yet.

Someone corrects me if I'm wrong but I think you can't run SharpDevelop 
on Linux right now.

They make heavy use of S.W.F right now and are building a port of SWT 
for .NET so they can be more portable. Until then I don't think 
SharpDevelop will run on Linux.

For NAnt, the version that comes with SD is obviously targeted at MS 
framework (not because of the file type which is actually the same for 
Mono executables) and won't run in Mono. If you need NAnt for your 
projects, you can build a version supporting Mono.

Hope this helps
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Hugues Lismonde
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