[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop autoupdate and NUnit slow
miltondp at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 14:49:13 UTC 2012
That's right, I understand if the Monodevelop source were modified by
the distro to avoid autoupdating. However the autoupdate functionality
doesn't work even if I download the source code of Monodevelop and
compile it myself.
El 27/06/12 17:55, Stifu escribió:
> " First of all, seems that the Linux version doesn't have support for
> autoupdating the IDE, like in Windows (I never was able to do this on Linux,
> even with older versions of the IDE)"
> I think this is by design: it's up to the Linux distro to provide software
> updates. It's the same with browsers, etc.
> Milton Pividori-2 wrote
>> I'm experiencing some problems with Monodevelop 3.0.x in Linux. First of
>> all, seems that the Linux version doesn't have support for autoupdating
>> the IDE, like in Windows (I never was able to do this on Linux, even
>> with older versions of the IDE). My user has full rights on the
>> directory where Monodevelop is installed. The update icon appears at the
>> bottom, but nothing happens.
>> On the other hand, I see that my unit tests are slower when they are
>> run from Monodevelop 3.0.x on Linux. If I run them from version 2.8.x or
>> from the console using xbuild, they are pretty fast. However, they run
>> fine with Monodevelop 3.0.x on Windows.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Milton Pividori
>> Blog: www.miltonpividori.com.ar
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