[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop Class Libs

Lluis Sanchez Gual slluis.devel at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 03:40:30 EDT 2011

El 04/06/2011, a las 18:03, holland escribió:

> Note: this is a repost of what appeared to be a somewat bugged thread. I
> posted before subscribing; after subscribing, the thread still was awaiting
> mod approval to be posted. Therefore, I confirmed a thread delete and
> started a new one :). Apologies for any inconvenience
> I just got started using this, so I'm fairly new. I've only been coding
> c-sharp for about 3 months as well. My main problem is understanding how the
> default frameworks operate within the IDE. 
> Example: how much of the original .NET is incorporated with MonoDevelop?
> When transitioning from V.S. 2010, which I think had .NET v4, it made things
> a little strange for me. For example, on the "on-the-fly" code pop-up-window
> in Mono, I found that every time I would just want to reference a "Type"
> class for an object, it wouldn't display in the menu, and would simply
> automatically choose something else from the menu's selection. This makes me
> wonder if I can even do this in Mono, because in V.S. it was always apparent
> that if the listing wasn't in the menu, you couldn't use it in that
> particular situation.   

That's also the case in MonoDevelop. If it didn't work for you in a particular case, that's a bug.

> If this is the case, are there any class libraries I can download which
> anyone else is aware of, which implement similar functionality, AND also
> give me something similar to what was in .NET v4? I'd really like to be able
> to use MonoDevelop, but I can't if I'm not able to even use one of the most
> crucial class identifiers in C#. 
> Anyway, any advice or understanding on this would be appreciated. Also, I've
> tried to look up how to install and import class libs (or .dlls) to
> MonoDevelop, and unfortunately I really don't know how to do this. I've
> messed around with the Add-In interface, and haven't really found it useful
> for what I'm hoping to do, which is simply download class-libs and import
> them into my code (or the entire IDE, if that's possible). 

In the solution pad, right click on the References node under your project and click on Edit References.

> Thanks for any help. I am quite new to programming, so apologies if I didn't
> quite get the proper terminology down, or I mixed up a few definitions, etc.
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