[Mono-list] Monodevelop question

Peter Dennis Bartok peter@novonyx.com
Tue, 25 May 2004 22:14:58 -0600

Great to hear that SWF works for you. What was the font uglyness? And what
are the details of the fix? Just asking because some other SWF users might
find it useful!


-----Original Message-----
From: "Mark Gimelfarb" <mark@dawebber.com>
To: <mono-list@lists.ximian.com>
Date: Saturday, 22 May, 2004 17:14
Subject: [Mono-list] Monodevelop question

>I have a MonoDevelop question, and if it happens to be OT, please let me
>and I will re-address it to one of the MD lists.
>I have Monodevelop 0.3 running and was able to put together an SWF app
>MDK which consumes a web service running under Apache/mod_mono. The app
>well, apart from some font uglyness which I fixed in wine config. So all my
>windoze-programming colleagues are in awe :) They think that they are ready
>move their windows apps over tomorrow ( I wish). So thank you, MD, SWF and
>WebServices teams, great job!!!!
>The issue was then I was getting MD installed. It turns out that MD
>xterm to be on the machine, because that's what gets called when I hit
>the "execute" button on the MD main menu.
>While Mandrake installed xterm always in the XFree86-contrib package, they
>stopped doing it in 9.2 and are not shipping xterm in 10.0 at all, in favor
>kvt/konsole, gnome-terminal and rxvt. So, I couldn't get MD to execute any
>my freshly built executables. The error I was getting was non-descriptive,
>until I started grepping through the source code, I had no idea what the
>problem was.
>Isn't there a way to use gconf-shap (which ships with gtk-sharp) to figure
>which application is set up to be the default terminal app, and use it,
>of xterm?
>Just a question/wish list entry.
>        Mark.
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