[MonoDevelop] version issues

Christ-Jan Wijtmans cj.wijtmans at gmail.com
Sat Jul 6 18:10:09 UTC 2013

my latest version on gentoo is 3.0.2. usually gentoo has the latest things
esp on an unstable system.
So i am wondering the same thing(mins the D thing)

Live long and prosper,

Christ-Jan Wijtmans

On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Chris Root <hammer65 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I want to use a plugin for monodevelop called dmono that supports the D
> programming language. It requires more up to date versions of mono (2.10.9
> or higher) then is available through the packages (2.10.8) for the newest
> versions of either Fedora or Ubuntu provide. I compiled the newest version
> of mono (3.0.12) on both the Ubuntu machine and Fedora VM and when I go to
> compile the newest monodevelop (4.0.9) it can't find the mono install I
> just made. What am I supposed to do here? I just want to get to coding and
> using the software. Instead I am once again in dependency hell and joining
> this list seems like the last resort. I have some Linux skills but
> apparently not enough to know instinctively what to do here. How is it that
> there is not even a warning about this anywhere that I can see on the
> monodevelopment web site when surely I'm not the only one who has run into
> this issue in the time period between release of mono 2.10.8 and 3.0.12?
> Let alone some sort of walk through if you want to use this on one of these
> OSs. is there a Linux distro I can use in a VM that supports these new
> versions through packages? Or am I doomed to some sort of jury rigged setup
> to make this work?
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