[MonoDevelop] Newbie question - adding additional languages
christian.hergert at gmail.com
Tue Oct 20 19:17:36 EDT 2009
MonoDevelop 2.4 hasn't even begun development yet. Perhaps you mean Mono
Ubuntu does not yet support monodevelop 2.2 in the package repositories (and
therefore Python as well) since 2.2 has not yet been officially released.
You can install it from source packages which are available on the website.
Use --select with configure to enable python support.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 4:26 AM, mikepost <michaelpost at isys-group.co.uk>wrote:
> Please accept my apologies in advance for such a basic question, but I
> figure out how to add additional languages to MonoDevelop. I've searched
> the internet and this forum extensively but must not have the terminology
> right, because I just can't figure it out.
> I've installed MD 2.4 on Ubuntu Karmic Koala alpha 6 and it works well. I
> have options to create new solutions using C#, GTK#, etc but am missing
> Python, Glade and some others. I can't find these in the add-in manager,
> can't find repos to add to the add-in manager and can't see any other way
> including these options.
> Could someone please point me in the right direction? Python is the one
> most interested in adding. The release notes say that it is now an
> binding, but where can I get/enable it?
> Thanks in advance!
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