[MonoDevelop] Deploy to tarball

Carlos J. Muentes carlos at rockwithme.org
Sat Aug 19 08:19:14 EDT 2006

    I got latest from SVN, but it's still failing with a 'parsing error'
message, what am I missing?  I've got a deploy to tarball target
configured for the solution (which I recreated once I was in the newest
MD instance), which contains two projects; both of which are configured
to use the 2.0 runtime.  Like I said, the solution builds and runs fine
in MD, and I've also built an installer for Windows (using Innosetup)
that runs fine as well.

    I went into the
monodevelop/Extras/CSharpBinding/Autotools/CSharpAutotoolsSetup.cs file,
and confirmed the check for 2.0 runtime was there, and it was, but
running make still makes it apparent that it's not in fact targeting the
2.0 runtime.  Not sure what to do at this point . . .

On Fri, 2006-08-18 at 10:41 +0000, Scott Ellington wrote:

> Hi,
> I'd forgotten about this, but it appears Lluis added this functionality
> about a month ago:
> http://svn.myrealbox.com/viewcvs/trunk/monodevelop/Extras/CSharpBinding/Autotools/CSharpAutotoolsSetup.cs?rev=62683&r1=61764&r2=62683
> I was able to create a test solution which uses Generics, generate
> autotools, and build with make successfully.  Make sure you are using an
> updated SVN and that you have set your project to the 2.0 runtime.
> Scott
> On Fri, 2006-08-18 at 00:33 -0400, Carlos J. Muentes wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > 
> >     I added a tarball deployment target to a project I built in
> > MD.  ./configure runs fine, but make fails with a parsing error (due
> > to generics).  The project targets the 2.0 runtime (and compiles and
> > runs fine in MD), but the tarball doesn't seem to be configured to
> > compile against the 2.0 runtime.  What am I missing? 
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