[MonoDevelop] Beginner question; can't even do Hello World!
cybaslt at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 9 14:05:58 EDT 2011
I am using Mac too, but I haven't done any Mac OS X and GUI specific development with MonoDevelop. You will have to wait for someone else who knows more about XCode/MonoDevelop.
I also remember reading that OS X Lion will allows having up to 2 copies of OS X running in virtual machine  (Parallels, VMWare, VirtualBox, etc). That could be also the solution.
> Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 10:44:49 -0700
> From: mikeyj21 at hotmail.com
> To: monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com
> Subject: Re: [MonoDevelop] Beginner question; can't even do Hello World!
> Thank you very much for this information!
> I don't want to uninstall XCode4 and replace with the earlier version, as I
> don't want to risk screwing up my Unity setup, which is deploying very
> nicely to iOS using XCode4.
> However, I have read that one can have multiple versions of XCode installed
> on a single machine.
> I was unable to see a setting however in MonoDevelop that specifies the
> location of XCode; are you aware of a way to set MonoDevelop to use a
> specific version of XCode?
> Please forgive me if there is an obvious answer; I have not long moved over
> to the Mac from a PC (in order to develop for iOS), and I am still very much
> finding my feet!
> /Ideally/ I would like to have two entirely separate versions of XCode so I
> can happily upgrade any version without worrying about affecting the other
> Many thanks,
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