[MonoDevelop] Fwd: MonoDevelop and GTK# Troubles !!! (Ops... the file)
rubenvive at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 13:07:51 EDT 2007
Thanks for replay...
On 10/13/07, Michael Hutchinson <m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/13/07, Rodolfo Campero <rodolfo.campero at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm not sure, but maybe it's a runtime version problem; I mean, maybe
> > you picked gtk-sharp 2.0 and later changed the .NET runtime version of
> > your project to 1.1.
> > Take a look at the different versions of assemblies and your project
> > runtime target.
> Rodolfo: Actually, the runtime version shouldn't matter. Gtk# 1.0 is
> actually the old, deprecated version of the binding, and is only
> provided for compatibility with projects that already use it. GTK# 2.x
> is built with the 1.1 runtime, but runs fine with the 2.0 runtime too
> (MD itself uses it), and is actively developed. I agree it's a
> confusing naming scheme, especially as GTK# 1.0 is a binding to GTK+
> Stetic (the visual designer) ensures that the references to GTK# 2.x
> exist, but this may not be working correctly.
> Ruben: OpenSUSE 10.3 should work fine (it does for me). What are your
> Mono, MonoDevelop and gtk-sharp-2.0 versions? If you're not running
> MonoDevelop 0.16, please update it to 0.16.
I have openSUSE 10.3 x86_64
Since MonoDevelop itself works, GTK# 2.x must be working correctly, so
> don't worry about /etc/mono/config.
> Could you try creating a new C# project, adding a window, and testing
> whether it compiles? Also, start MonoDevelop from the terminal, watch
> for errors that are written to the terminal, and email them to the
> list? Also, could you attach your *.mdp files fom your project?
I did it... and when I compile I get the error with references of GTK,
after I force the reference to place where I installed gtk-sharp 2 from
mono-project site, But after I get the error with library not found:
libgdblib-2.0.0 on starting execution application.
Other thing: when I start a new application on MD with Gtk# 2, I can't to
see the GTK# version supported on the forms definition of the project that
Thanks for your support, and I will be touch, because I NEED TO RESOLVE THIS
!!!! (I don't want to back openSUSE 10.2, not yet!!!).
> Michael Hutchinson
Rubén D. Guíñez G.
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