[MonoDevelop] Can't find Mono.Simd in edit references dialog

Buttink Buttink at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 00:02:16 EST 2010

Ok, I found the problem. The Ubuntu package doesn't place a link to Mono.Simd
in /usr/lib/mono/2.0 or add a .pc file so MonoDevelop can see it. I'm not
entirely sure if placing it in the 2.0 folder is nessisary but i needed it
to compile at the command line otherwise I would get CS0006 errors. All I
did was ...

ln -s /usr/lib/mono/gac/Mono.Simd/
And I made mono-simd-2.0.pc (I couldn't find an actual one) in my
/usr/lib/pkgconfig that contained the following

Name: Mono.Simd
Description: .Net Bindings for Simd Instructions
Version: 2.0.0
Libs: -r:${libdir}/mono/2.0/Mono.Simd.dll
I'm not 100% sure that this works but I got it to compile with MD so I'm
pretty sure it does. BTW, Is this something I would file a bug report about
to Ubuntu? (I'm guessing but I am new to this :)

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