[Mono-osx] How can you launch a Mac Terminal Window for specific versions of Mono?

Rodrigo Kumpera kumpera at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 21:58:50 UTC 2013

just export:

On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 11:20 PM, Rodney Foley <rsfoley at gnomesoft.com> wrote:

> I have multiple versions of mono installed on my Mac, however only the last
> one installed is mapped to the Mono.framework's sybolic links that are used
> by the path to find the latest mono when you use it at command line.
> I want to be able to launch a terminal window that is specific to a version
> of mono.  For example I would like to have have a link/script to launch a
> Terminal window that will use Mono 2.10.9 as the one in the path. Then
> letting the normal terminal stay mapped to use the latest (last) installed
> version.
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