[MonoDevelop] Re: import vs.net sln
Wed, 10 Nov 2004 11:37:02 +0000
Are you using monodevelop from subversion? If so you shouldn't symlink
the gtk-sharp files. Simply uninstall gtk-sharp2 from cvs, and install
it again with ./autogen.sh -prefix=/usr
This is due to mono default installation beeing in /usr but gtk-sharp2
from cvs default is /usr/local
Again, only do that if you are using monodevelop from subversion.
Now, your real question. The message you getting is normal. After you
load a project in MonoDevelop it read that pidb that I don't really know
what they are, but I think it is the database files for autocompletation
(can anyone confirm this to me?), anyway it's normal.
Now, the references. I don't think you really want this files next to
the solution files. When you compile either in VS.NET or
MonoDevelop/SharpDevelop the assemblies will be in
preoject_path/bin/debug (or release) you can check this behaviour (sorry
my english, I think I don't know how to write this word, lol) in project
properties. You can try to move this file into bin/debug folder or you
can delete the reference from the project and add it again
right-clicking references and choosing ".net assembly" and then browse
it. My first solution is advisable even if you need to re-add the reference.
Now, the *BAD* news.
*Could not find: Interop.WIALib.dll
*Could not find: ByteFX.MySqlClient.dll'
The not so bad: You should use the MySqlClient delivered with mono. I
think it is from ByteFX too. So it will be easy.
The *really* bad. This will not work in Linux. (dot) You are using a
windows COM and you created a Interop Assembly. Linux doesn't support
COM. Your first work arround is to find an library similar to that in
windows and build a Wrapper (Interop) assembly. Just like we do for
gtk-sharp that's a wrapper for a linux library called GTK and its coded
in native code. The second way is too reimplet that WIALib in 100%
Managed Code (C#). And the last option is to see if wine can handle that
COM .dll you are trying to use, that maybe really easy like "plug&play"
or can take a long way to do nothing... your shoot now!
Hope it helps,
Alexandre Gomes, Portugal
Kusuma Sujiwo wrote:
> Alexandre Gomes wrote:
>> In fact I think he could not find the MonoDevelop.Base.dll assembly.
>> Try to search for this file, if it is under /usr/local try to symlink
>> it to under /usr or vice-versa.
> MonoDevelop.Base.dll is located on the same folder as dbgen.exe.
> I made a bunch of symlinks from gtk-sharp installation to my
> /usr/lib/monodevelop/bin/ and this eliminates all the 'cannot find
> assembly' errors. Then I'm getting a list of msg like
> Then nothing happen? Is this an error?
> And since nothing is happening again, I click 'Run/Compile All' and
> getting error
> 'Could not find: Interop.WIALib.dll
> Could not find: ByteFX.MySqlClient.dll'
> How can I add reference path so that md find these two dll? They are
> located in the same folder as the .sln file. Does md not looking at
> this folder for reference?
> Is there docs on how to use Import/Export function? I hope I'm making
> some sense here.
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