[MonoDevelop] Problem editing Project with SVN

Charles Mason charlie.mas at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 11:57:33 EDT 2008

Hi all,

I am still having problems, but this is getting more confusing. I
figured I would build Mono Develop 1.0 from source so I had project
editing. It installed it /opt. So I have both version installed. When
I run the 1.0 version I get exactly the same problem. I checked the
about dialogue, which clearly shows it to be version 1.0.

My problem is all of the project editing menu items are grayed out.
Even the short cut control S doesn't save the currently open document.
The save all icon does seem to work. The build and run buttons all
work fine. All the project editing menu items are disabled even the
edit references menu item.

What's really confusing me is how can this happen to the 1.0 version.
Currently I am having to add files to a project by manually editing
the project file.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Charlie M

On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 1:59 PM, Charles Mason <charlie.mas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> In mid august I built Mono Develop svn from source so I could try out
> the new debuger. All went fairly well there were some problems with
> text editor not refreshing after side ways scrolling. Recently I tried
> to do an svn update, configure then make and install. I also updated
> mono to the latest svn build.
> The problem is now I have monodevelop running again but all project
> editing seems to be broken. I can right click on a folder and click
> add files, the menu item is disabled. The project compiles fine, but
> all project editing seems to be disabled. I tried checking out and
> building an earlier version which still seems to have the same
> problem.
> The only real difference I can tell is I had to compile Mono Develop
> without Boo integration (the project wasn't using that anyway). All of
> the projects are MS Build based Visual Studio projects.
> Is this a known problem or have I some how disabled project editing.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Charlie M

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