[MonoDevelop] MonoDevelop on Windows?
Tue, 29 Mar 2005 21:31:50 -0600
I was working on porting MonoDevelop to windows. Part of the issue is
the dependencies on Gnome libs and GnomeVFS.. all of it fairly simple to
get around. If I spent a good week and a half at it then I'm sure I
could have it working to some extent. I don't have the space or a fast
enough machine to dedicate to building the dependencies over and over
like I was doing anymore. I have gtksourceview working on win32 as well
but its not tested to well. I'm not sure but MD might use VTE as well. I
ported gtkembedmoz and gecko# all to get cracking on MD.=20
http://monodevelop.zacbowling.com/ has some of my old windows code.
Hope that helps.
On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 00:07 +0200, TrIco wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is what you really need... but I think that there
> is a MonoDevelop version for Windows called SharpDepelop. You can find
> some extra info here:
> El mar, 29-03-2005 a las 16:15 +0100, Hywel Thomas escribi=C3=B3:
> > Hello,
> > Early on when MonoDevelop was first released I think I read something
> > along the lines of 'at present, MonoDevelop runs only on linux'. I'm
> > interested to know what is required to run MD on Windows, but using Gtk=
> > rather than SWF (which has already been discussed recently). I've only
> > just started getting familiar with Gtk#, but all the examples I've trie=
> > so far have worked on Windows as well as linux, so I'm wondering what
> > the main problem areas are, and whether any effort is currently going
> > into this.=20
> > The MD Core + Addins architecture looks ideal as the framework for a
> > number of my own applications that I'd like to bring up to date, but
> > again it would be nice to have both linux and Windows versions with the
> > same GUI toolkit, rather than build one up using SWF and the other with
> > Gtk#.
> > Any advice or pointers would be most welcome!
> > --hywel thomas <email@example.com>
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