[MonoDevelop] Is debug available in MonoDevelop 2 (Mono 2.4) for Mac OS X?

rebecca.janine rebecca at digitalelite.com
Sun Dec 13 12:25:47 EST 2009

This is *great* news if I'm reading this correctly. Does this mean that
MonoDevelop 2.2 will have Mac debugging enabled using sdb as of the release
of Mono 2.6?

Any chance it might work now if I were to build 2.6 on my own box if I
provide my own signed cert?

Thanks for the hard work. My dream of developing .NET apps on my Macs
appears to be closer than ever to being realized! :o)


Michael Hutchinson wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 8:46 AM, TrevorNewsome <trevor.newsome at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Is there any more up-to-date news that you can share with us on the
>> debugging function within MonoDevelop for the Mac?
> The mdb debugger now works on Mac with Mono 2.6, but has not been
> packaged, because of packaging complications - the Mac requires that
> apps that poke other processes, like it does, it be be signed by a
> trusted certificate.
> However, Mono 2.6 has a totally new "soft" debugger (aka "sdb") that
> lives inside the runtime. It's much more reliable and portable. We're
> hard at working making sure MD 2.2 will support it.
> -- 
> Michael Hutchinson
> http://mjhutchinson.com
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