[Mono-list] Problems resolving System.ComponentModel in monodevelop
jackl at geekheads.net
Wed Feb 28 11:40:30 EST 2007
Thanks! That fixed it.
Lluis Sanchez wrote:
> 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:
>> 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.
>> -Jack Lund
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