[MonoDevelop] GTK# references for MD 2.8.1 on ubuntu 11.10
alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 08:43:25 EDT 2011
MonoDevelop format has been deprecated for several years now. I believe
we've disabled support for creating projects of that format recently, but
even if your monodevelop does allow you to create them, don't ;) The VS
style project format is the only supported one.
On 27 October 2011 12:32, Jim Orcheson <jim at va3hj.ca> wrote:
> Try the following:
> Load your project. Go to Project -> project Options -> Build -> General
> and change Runtime Version to Mono / .Net 4.0. You may get a message
> about incompatible project or solution formats. Just select Visual
> Studio 2010 or Monodevelop 1.0.
> You should find that the references are now found.
> On 11-10-27 03:01 AM, gustavo.rubio wrote:
> > Hi, I just built Monodevelop 2.8.1 from the stable sourceball on ubuntu
> > and it runs just fine. The problem is that if I create a new GTK# project
> > the references for all GTK related components as ATK, Pango, GTK itself
> > appear in a red color meaning the reference was not found. GTK# is
> > installed and all the package config files seem to be there. Is there any
> > flag that must be set in order for this to work?
> > The problem is that trying to manually remove and add the references from
> > the GAC sends a warning that it will disable visual designer. Going to
> > project references dialog does not show those DLLs available.
> > Thanks in advance!
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