[MonoDevelop] Visual Gtk# design problem..
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Sun Nov 14 14:37:32 EST 2010
On 14/11/10 14:44, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-11-14 at 15:21 +0100, Quandary wrote:
>> This is the beginnings of Stetic, which will eventually be a new GUI
>> designer for GNOME. At the moment, it is just a mostly useless demo of
>> certain bits of Gtk#.
>> To build Stetic you need Mono/MCS head (a recent 1.1.x release is
>> *probably* ok), and the very latest Gtk# (yesterday's snapshot is
>> probably too old).
> The Gtk# in Monodevelop 2.2.x is mature and works well.
Not just mature, but that page is over two years old (last modified:
"2008-07-11 Mike Kestner <mkestner at novell.com>"). Mono is very nearly
up to 2.8 in general distros (it has been released, but you still need
to install it separately for lots of distros and get 2.6 or before by
default), so "a recent 1.1.x release" is exceeded by a *long* way.
Please check your sources next time ;)
Back to the original issue:
How did you create the window/dialog? Does it happen if you create and
edit another window? Does it happen if you create a new solution and
create a new window in that? I've never had the GUI builder throw errors
in a stable release, only ever when I'm editing SVN/Git (unstable dev code).
Other useful information would be: Exact version of Mono, MonoDevelop,
GTK and GTK-Sharp. Running "rpm -qa *mono* *gtk*" at the command line
should give the useful information.
Fedora 14 has been released recently, so I'd also suggest updating to
that if you can - it is likely to have newer versions of packages. If
you've only just started with Linux then you might as well get the
latest version :) They've not been Fedora Core for a couple of years now ;)
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