[Mono-osx] Build 'mono-tools' on Mac OS X with Mono 2.6.1
jimarcey at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 14:09:42 EST 2010
Michael Hutchinson wrote:
> The first issue is that autotools is not finding the pkg.m4 macro, and
> the mono-tools autogen.sh does not respect $ACLOCAL_FLAGS. After this,
> however, I ran into a gnome-sharp dependency, which certainly won't
> work on Mac. So even after fixing glib-gettextize and ACLOCAL_FLAGS,
> you'll have to hack the configure.in and Makefile.am, maybe add flags
> to disable the things that depend on Gnome#.
> BTW please use plain text for attachments, not rtf.
So, if I can summarize:
1. Don't even try building mono-tools on a Mac against the packaged version
of Mono (.dmg)
2. It will be hell to try to build mono-tools on a Mac even if you built
Mono from source.
3. Building/running this on Windows would be a non-starter.
So my bottom line in order to get mono-tools (specifically gui-compare)
running is to use Linux, and probably in my case since I only have Mac and
Windows machines, I should just use the Virtual PC or VMWare downloads of
Mono and try to build mono-tools from there.
Would you agree? Any other, more efficient ideas?
(btw, TextEdit on Mac auto saves in rtf -- I didn't even think about it)
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