[MonoDevelop] Target Runtime
m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 16:37:01 UTC 2013
Fedora packagers moves Mono assemblies around to unusual locations which
has historically broken MonoDevelop in various strange ways. However, I
don't think that should be a problem if you built Mono from source. What
did you build from source? Mono? MonoDevelop? GTK#?
You should make sure you have a parallel environment, see
On 7 January 2013 23:04, Ben Timby <btimby at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am having trouble getting started. I just installed monodevelop
> 3.0.6, and created a hello world project. If I build it, I get the
> error: "Error: Framework 'Mono / .NET 4.0' not installed.". I am on
> Fedora 17, I installed from source.
> I look at Project > Options > Build > Options, trying to change the
> target runtime, but that option is greyed out, it is set to "Mono /
> .NET 4.0 (not installed)".
> Going to Edit > Preferences, mono 2.10.5 is listed as default.
> Why is runtime 4 the only option for the project? And why won't it compile?
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