[MonoDevelop] Any issues installing MonoDevelop side by side with Visual Studio 2013?

Jeff Stedfast jeff at xamarin.com
Fri Aug 1 00:43:59 UTC 2014

It just uses the Microsoft .NET runtime and does not install Mono (even if
it did, it wouldn't compromise your development w/ Visual Studio).


On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 5:42 PM, mclagett <mclagett at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi --
> I'm about to teach my daughter C# and F# programming (she's a Film/English
> Lit major and needs a viable plan B).   She's a Mac user and I'm a PC User.
> So I want to install MonoDevelop on both our machines, but on my own
> machine
> I don't want to compromise my Visual Studio development capability, which I
> totally depend on for my own development.
> Have people done this routinely and is it safe to do?   Does MonoDevelop on
> Windows install Mono or does it just use the underlying Windows OS?
> Guidance would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks.
> Mike
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