[MonoDevelop] Compiling using GMCS on Monodevelop 0.10

Thomas Geiger tom.geiger at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 09:41:08 EDT 2006


my workaround for this issue is using a symbolic link, so the gmcs binary
points to mcs, or to set an alias.
MD will throw you some exceptions (because of the syntax stuff you
mentioned), but its usable. Also make sure you're using the 2.0 assemblies,
so you could take full advantage of it.

Kind regards,


On 27/04/06, russell.kay at realtimeworlds.com < russell.kay at realtimeworlds.com>
> All,
> I am currently using Monodevelop 0.10 on MacOSX and I'm trying to
> compile a simple C# application that uses Generics so needs to be
> compiled with gmcs but I cannot find any option settings to change the
> compiler from mcs to gmcs (short of renaming the executables).
> I know that I will not get syntax colouring but that is OK I just wanted
> to roadtest the IDE with something I am working on.
> Regards
> Russell
> P.S. it is the MonoDevelop from the Molten Visuals n[ui]x distribution
> http://www.moltenvisuals.com/opensource.php?os=MacOS%20X&proj=devlib
> very nice it is too (well done guys).
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