[Mono-list] Getting F# to work in Mono on my mac

Yves S. Garret yoursurrogategod at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 17:09:39 UTC 2012

Hi all,

   I installed mono via Macports on my mac.  Now, how would I get the IDE
to come up?  This is what happens when I try to start it:

% mono
Usage is: mono [options] program [program-options]

    --aot[=<options>]      Compiles the assembly to native code
    --debug[=<options>]    Enable debugging support, use --help-debug for
    --debugger-agent=options Enable the debugger agent
    --profile[=profiler]   Runs in profiling mode with the specified
profiler module
    --trace[=EXPR]         Enable tracing, use --help-trace for details
    --jitmap               Output a jit method map to /tmp/perf-PID.map
    --help-devel           Shows more options available to developers

    --config FILE          Loads FILE as the Mono config
    --verbose, -v          Increases the verbosity level
    --help, -h             Show usage information
    --version, -V          Show version information
    --runtime=VERSION      Use the VERSION runtime, instead of autodetecting
    --optimize=OPT         Turns on or off a specific optimization
                           Use --list-opt to get a list of optimizations
    --security[=mode]      Turns on the unsupported security manager (off
by default)
                           mode is one of cas, core-clr, verifiable or
    --attach=OPTIONS       Pass OPTIONS to the attach agent in the runtime.
                           Currently the only supported option is 'disable'.
    --llvm, --nollvm       Controls whenever the runtime uses LLVM to
compile code.
    --gc=[sgen,boehm]      Select SGen or Boehm GC (runs mono or mono-sgen)

I'm probably doing something silly, but I don't understand what it is that
I'm missing.

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