[MonoDevelop] Project structure info

Emil Emilov emil at emilov.de
Fri Jul 29 18:17:14 EDT 2005

I meant MonoDevelop's class structure, mono I got already running.
Thanx for the tip, I missed the mds file, now I have a complete overview over the code.
When I try to compile from the IDE I get 
"[Task:File=/home/emilov/src/mono/MonoDevelop/Core/src/MonoDevelop.Core/AddIns/DefaultAddInTree.cs, Line=26, Column=0, Type=Error, Description=The type or namespace name `AssemblyLoader' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?(CS0246)"

You mentioned that there are some bugs there. Is there any sense for me to try and get it to compile and start (from the IDE, the configure/make method works)?
My point is, I am trying to create a working development environment, so I can maybe help with coding.


John Luke wrote:
> Hello,
> Emil Emilov wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I'm having a hard time understanding the project stucture (fresh 
>> checkout from svn). I am used to code in IDEs (as opposed to the 
>> emacs/vi guys). Is there a general solution file that unites all 
>> mono-components that I can open with MonoDevelop and browse the class 
>> structure etc.?
> You are not differentiating mono from MonoDevelop so I am not sure what 
> you mean here.
> There are now project files for building MonoDevelop in svn but they are 
> not complete and may not be in sync at all times.  There are still some 
> details to be worked out in this area.
>> Now I've read all docs under the MonoDevelop dir and browsed it also 
>> (also checked everything on the website). I also saw that there are 
>> mdp prject files for all of the components.
>> But is there something that unites all of this? If I could get all the 
>> project components in a single solution and be able to compile it and 
>> run it from the IDE I'll try and write a tutorial about it.
> Those checking out MonoDevelop from subversion should be able to do this:
> - autogen.sh
> - make
> - start monodevelop
> - open the MonoDevelop.mds solution located in the top directory
> - click run
> Obviously the first two steps are only needed because of bugs elsewhere.

Emil R. Emilov
mailto:emil at emilov.de

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