[Mono-list] Monodevelop doesn't start :(
ianus at easynet.ro
Fri Jul 27 04:53:09 EDT 2007
Danny Stolle wrote:
> Lluis Sanchez wrote:
>>> Thanks for the reply ... I have checked my configurations; check your
>>> Xml manifest. For example for the Monodevelop.MonoQyery:
>>> /usr/monodevelop/AddIns/MonoQuery and open the xml file. The
>>> Extensionpoints are part of the DLL files which are imported as assembly
>>> in the beginning of the file (well I think they are if I think logically
>>> :-) ) ... If the extensionpoint can not be traced, than perhaps the
>>> DLL-files which are imported aren't correctly compiled. You can try by
>>> removing the extensionline (be sure to make a copy of the original first ;-)
>> That won't fix the problem. The problem is that the add-in scanner fails
>> to scan the add-in that defines those extension points. But I don't know
>> yet why it fails.
> Could the a problem have been caused during compiling time?
>>> Let me know ...
>>> Best regards ..
>>> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
Every dependency package I have compiled it did so without errors. There
were some warnings when compiling monodevelop about variables being
declared and not being used.
Don't know if it is important, but the gnome-sharp package was not
compiled (but installed from a Slack package) because I couldn't find a
source for the gnome-sharp-devel package. I couldn't find the sources
for any -devel package for that matter. In fact it was very hard to
track down the sources for every dependency when compiling mono and
monodevelop from source :(. I mean my impression was that mono but
especially monodevelop is ment to be used only by people using Ubuntu,
SUSE, Debian and Red Hat :(.
Is there a repository where one could find the sources for the
dependencies too? I would like to compile everything, again, from source
but from the same source. As it is now I gathered dependencies from
various places. Maybe that is the problem :-?.
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