[MonoDevelop] Using IKVM (Java) with monodevelop - new wiki -

Uwe Fechner ufechner@sk28.de
Sat, 03 Jul 2004 10:14:09 +0200

John Luke schrieb:

>If you have the source there is instructions in
>MonoDevelop/docs/MdWithIkvm.txt,  I will try  to put it on
>monodevelop.com soon also.  Basically you need to run (foreach
>assembly you want to use with ikvm):
>ikvmstub mscorlib.dll
>and adjust the classpath in the project options to where the stub is,
>by default it looks for /usr/lib/mscorlib.jar:.

I followed your hints, and the java example works fine now with monodevelop.

I created a wiki page with an explanation, how to use ikvm with 
monodevelop on
gentoo linux.


You are invited, to add more content to this wiki (or this page).

Thanks for your good work:

Uwe Fechner

>Let me know if you have any more questions.  For those using ikvm with
>monodevelop I would love to hear suggestions on how to improve it and
>work like a java developer would expect.  I am currently considering
>compiling to assemblies with ikvmc instead of using the ikvm runtime. 
>Let me know if you prefer the other way.
>On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 19:45:10 +0200, Uwe Fechner <ufechner@sk28.de> wrote:
>>I created the default IKVM console project.
>> * application.java
>> */
>>import cli.System.*;
>>public class application {
>>    public static void main(java.lang.String[] args) {
>>        Console.WriteLine ("Hello, World!");
>>    }
>>If I try to run it I get:
>>[Type=Error, Description= error: Can't find default package
>>`cli.System'. Check the CLASSPATH environment variable and the access to
>>the archives]
>>Whicht package do I need in the classpath?
>>I don't have a file cli.System.
>>Where can I get it?
>>Uwe Fechner
>>Monodevelop-list mailing list