[Mono-osx] Latest mono...

Travis Smith zultan.durin at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 11:26:01 EDT 2005

Fink seems to be the best way to install monodevelop, since it doesn't
appear to come in the framework package. My Fink install of
monodevelop has never worked though. You could use Xcode if you built
the proper plug in, but there's no way you can really use Interface
Builder that I'm aware of.

My understanding is that Monodevelop has a GUI builder - however,
being as I have never gotten it to work and no one answers my
questions on the subject, I can't say one way or another.

On 8/25/05, Bob Checkin <wuhurd at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi, I just signed up to the list. Not sure how active
> it is. I remember a while back I had to get latest
> Mono from cvs or something, but I've since wiped my
> drive. Is there a newer/better version of Mono
> someplace or is the main download page it? ( I
> think it is..)
> I don't have much experience with customizing IDEs,
> but I was wanting to use Xcode or something similar on
> OSX for C# projects. I don't know if building gui apps
> similarly to .Net is possible (read: plausible with my
> experience) with Interface Builder or MonoDevelop or
> anything.
> Which brings me to another question. There must be a
> better way of installing MonoDevelop than using Fink,
> mustn't there?
> Thanks.
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