[MonoDevelop] Building Monodevelop
piandtheradians at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 02:55:12 UTC 2012
I ended up getting past this by deploying many experimental mono packages
from Debian's repository. I must have been missing some core dependencies
as the files which were failing to build haven't been modified for quite
some time. Thanks for the help!
On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 8:49 PM, Peter Murdoch <piandtheradians at gmail.com>wrote:
> Good evening,
> I am trying to build MonoDevelop from tonight's git repository commit
> git://github.com/mono/monodevelop.git and the Mono JIT compiler version
> 2.10.2 (tarball Sat Oct 15 01:51:39 CDT 2011). I am using ./configure
> --prefix=/opt/mono-2.10, make, and make run.
> The issues I have run into so far follow:
> 1. $csc flags in the Makefiles all contain the value "no" - seems to be
> fixed after installing automake; I had previously created an alias for dmcs
> to "no" in the /usr/bin file prior to installing automake in this
> 2. in Addins, MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Subversion.Unix contains files
> (LibSvnClient.cs, SvnClient.cs which refer to an assembly not available,
> MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Subversion.Gui) that will not build. After
> commenting these, I am able to get a build.
> 3. While I am able to get a build, make run yields the following error:
> Unhandled Exception: System.TypeLoadException: A type load exception has
> at MonoDevelop.Startup.MonoDevelopMain.Main (System.String args)
> [0x00000] in
> Can anyone advise on how to get a good build or what I'm doing wrong
> here? I've got gtk# 2.12.10, so this requirement is met. I needed the
> latest mono to get mindtouch running and haven't been able to run
> MonoDevelop since I upped Mono.
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