[Mono-list] ubuntu 11.10 i386 mono and monodevelop packages
ian.norton-badrul at thales-esecurity.com
Sat Jan 14 21:13:38 UTC 2012
Darn.. the pmono-mono package missed about 200 files that make up the basic
MonoDevelop runs and can debug, but can't build anything.. stay tuned!
On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 07:14:25PM +0000, Ian Norton wrote:
> Actually, silly me, I've fixed that first bug already.
> You can run all the normal mono programs using the pmono script, eg
> $ pmono monodoc
> Happy coding!
> I may have used dictation software to write this email, please excuse any confusing mistakes.
> Ian Norton <ian.norton-badrul at thales-esecurity.com> wrote:
> >Hello All,
> >For a while now I've seen people ask for binary packages of monodevelop
> >mono for ubuntu and at last I've been able to finally find time to get
> >The packages provide a parallel mono intstallation that won't conflict
> >with the
> >mono runtime installed by ubuntu. In the repository are everything
> >needed by
> >monodevelop to load, build and debug a gtk# program on ubuntu 11.10
> >Getting started
> >Add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list file
> >deb http://void.printf.net/~bredroll/pmono ./
> >$ sudo apt-get update
> >$ sudo apt-get install pmono-monodevelop pmono-scripts
> >## or just the following for core mono
> >$ sudo apt-get install pmono-mono pmono-scripts
> >( you need to install addins before MD, first bug for me to fix )
> >Once all packages are downloaded and installed you have a full parallel
> >install located in /opt/mono.
> >Now all you need is to source the following script ( which I'll
> >eventually add
> >as a package ) before running mono or monodevelop.
> >$ pmono bash
> >$ mono --version
> >$ monodevelop
> >Included are everything needed to write a gtk# app using monodevelop
> >Given time, I'll update to the latest MD and latest mono packages when
> >come out.
> >Anyone curious about how this works can have a look at the scripts
> >Best Regards!
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