[Mono-osx] Contributing on a Mac?
jon.lipsky at elevenworks.com
Thu Apr 5 21:24:33 UTC 2012
I do everything in MonoDevelop. In my opinion that's really the only thing you really need to get installed (with the addition of the mono development kit) to get started.
> I'm familiar with compiling the source code. I was looking more for "setting up your dev environment" on the Mac instructions. Are Mac contributors using Xcode or MonoDevelop? Or does this depend on what pieces there are contributing to? Or is an IDE not used in general (but command line tools instead)?
> I'm guessing that the runtime, compiler, etc. is over my head. I think I would be most useful contributing to the .NET Framework pieces.
> Chris McKinnon
> On 2012-04-05, at 2:10 PM, Jonathan Pryor wrote:
> On Apr 5, 2012, at 1:31 PM, Chris McKinnon wrote:
>> I'd like to contribute to Mono using my Mac. I'm hoping I can implement some of the missing features of the .NET runtime. I was hoping someone who has set themselves up on a Mac previously could give me a "quick start" on getting setup?
> - Jon
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