[Mono-list] Problems resolving System.ComponentModel in monodevelop

Lluis Sanchez lluis at ximian.com
Wed Feb 28 07:17:29 EST 2007

You have to add a reference to the System assembly in your project
(right click on the References folder and then select the System
assembly in the first tab).

El dt 27 de 02 del 2007 a les 22:35 -0600, en/na Jack Lund va escriure:
> Hi,
> My apologies if this question has been asked before. I'm trying to compile a Windows C# app in monodevelop on Fedora Core 5, and I keep getting the following errors:
> [Task:File=/home/jackl/workspace/gvelocity/gvelocity/trunk/gvelocity/applications/klein/HighLowQuoter/HighLowQuoter/HighLowForm.cs, Line=4, Column=1, Type=Error, Priority=Normal, Description=The type or namespace name `System.ComponentModel' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?(CS0246)]
> [Task:File=/home/jackl/workspace/gvelocity/gvelocity/trunk/gvelocity/applications/klein/HighLowQuoter/HighLowQuoter/HighLowForm.cs, Line=4, Column=14, Type=Error, Priority=Normal, Description=The type or namespace name `ComponentModel' does not exist in the namespace `System'. Are you missing an assembly reference?(CS0234)]
> which is strange, since, from everything I can tell, the System.ComponentModel assembly is supposed to be in the main Systemassembly. I've installed all of the mono RPMs, and I'm running monodevelop 0.13 but I can't seem to get past this one error.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks.
> -Jack Lund
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