[MonoDevelop] version issues
ramon.rocha at live.com
Sat Jul 6 18:56:17 UTC 2013
Chris Root 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....
Alexander Bothe, the author of the D add-in has made available some
precompiled tarballs for MonoDevelop. I haven't tried them (built from
source after some trial and error) but you can check them out here:
Here's the relevant posts from his blog:
Or, it might just be that you need to purge all Mono packages from your
system so that it will then use the version that you compiled yourself.
This is what I had to do in my case when I installed Mono to /usr/local.
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