[MonoDevelop] Add-in questions & Assembly questions
Lluis Sanchez Gual
lluis at novell.com
Mon May 18 05:36:58 EDT 2009
El ds 16 de 05 de 2009 a les 17:10 +0530, en/na Andy va escriure:
> I'm writing an add-in for MonoDevelop as my GSoC project, after an
> evening of hacking and trying to get it to work, I've not been able
> to. Michael Hutchinson is my mentor and he's help me set it up. I just
> wanted to ask a few questions I have, and ask people if there's
> anything I'm doing wrong.
> Build settings:
> I'm starting off using the DateInserter example on the MD Wiki. I use
> a near-trunk build for regular usage, but write the code on the trunk
> here's what I've done so far:
> * Built MD with ./configure --profile=select, with main and
> addinauthoring selected
> * opened the main.mdw workspace with extras and main solutions.
> * added a new project to the Main/Addins
> * Wrote the code exactly as it's mentioned on the wiki.
> * Built only the single addin's solution using F7 which happens quite
> quickly, and that's nice
> * The addin compiles to the DLL and I added the path to the dll to
Don't do that. Just change the build output path to Main/build/Addins.
> * I set the PKG_CONFIGURE_PATH in my .bashrc to point to the
> local-config of my trunk tree.
You don't need to do that.
> * On the addins reference section, I set the dependencies to version
> 2.1.0, the assembly info is automatically generated. However,
> monodevelop.components says that it's the wrong version.
> I'm running MD from /opt/md, while there's my distro-specific one
> on /usr/local. I usually run the /opt/md one, but don't know if
> there's an environmental variable to set.
> I can see the Insert Date option in the edit window, but if I click on
> it, I get this error message on the console:
> ** (MonoDevelop:10019): WARNING **: Missing method
> MonoDevelop.Ide.Gui.Content.IEditableTextBuffer::BeginAtomicUndo() in
> assembly /home/anirudh/gsoc/md/main/build/bin/MonoDevelop.Ide.dll,
> referenced in
> assembly /home/anirudh/gsoc/md/main/src/addins/MonoDevelop.Samples.DateInserter/bin/Debug/MonoDevelop.Samples.DateInserter.dll
> Can someone offer suggestions on how I can go about getting the
> assembly problem fixed.
Looks like you are mixing assemblies from the two MD installs you have.
When adding the references to the MD assemblies in you add-in, make sure
you use project references (not package references) and also make sure
the Local Copy option for each reference is disabled.
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