[MonoDevelop] Re: import vs.net sln
Thu, 11 Nov 2004 14:15:21 +1100
First, many thanks to Alexandre Gomes for your explanation. I really
> 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.
Hmm...what is subversion about? I'm using ubuntu linux and I use its
synaptic package to install md. So I dont know whether the package was
build from subversion or other version :? And when I installed
gtk-sharp, I think I use /configure -prefix=usr, so it's installed to
/usr/share/dotnet/mono/gtk-sharp and there is gecko-sharp on the same
folder. I symlink gecko-sharp.dll to monodevelop/bin as well. Otherwise
md raise a complain cant find/load gecko-sharp. Hu uh, I hope I'm not
being suicidal here.
> 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.
I've copied .dll files to both bin/ and bin/debug/ but I'm still getting
cannot load/find dll error. Then I try your second solution, select
".net assembly" from bin/debug/. I ended up using both your solution but
some how it works. :P
> Hope it helps,
It certainly is.