[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop autoupdate and NUnit slow
alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 04:56:36 UTC 2012
The functionality won't work because there are no packages in the
update service for any linux distro, nor are there any plans to do
this. The fact that you can see an update icon on linux is a bug and
we should fix it.
For the unit test issue, it would be great if you could file a bug so
we can start diagnosing the problem. MonoDevelop (and supporting
libraries) have a testsuite of several thousand tests which we can use
to test this issue. I can't say I've noticed a substantial difference
in runtime though, so it'd be fantastic if you could share the exact
code demonstrating the problem.
On 28 June 2012 10:49, Milton Pividori <miltondp at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> Milton Pividori
> Blog: www.miltonpividori.com.ar
> 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
>> 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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