[Mono-list] What is the preferred way to configure a mono application

Abe Gillespie abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Thu Feb 24 01:16:15 EST 2011

Wow, I have never used that feature.  Learn something new every day ...

In any case, VS simply generates a Settings class and an accompanying
XML file from/to that settings are read/written.  Why not generate the
files in VS and then inspect the source files and reverse engineer
them?  The Settings class inherits from ApplicationSettingsBase and
really gets all its functionality there.  All you really need to do is
understand the XML in the Settings file.


On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 12:31 AM, Nils Andresen <nils at nils-andresen.de> wrote:
> When using VisualStudio, the preferred way to store user- and
> application settings seems to be to access VS "settings" tab for the
> given assembly and simply type the settings you need. Monodevelop does
> not have this feature (or at least I did not find it...)
> What is the preferred way to do this under mono using monodevelop?
> If the answer is "well, do the same - but hand-type the code needed" I'd
> love some pointers to a nice tutorial. ;-)
> Yours,
> Nils
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