[MonoDevelop] Partial message at top

Thomas krt2076 at tds.net
Mon Nov 21 17:29:09 UTC 2016

On the Raspberry Pi 3, running Raspbian Jessie with Pixel, there are no 
logs in ~/Library/Logs/MonoDevelop-{version}/.  There is a directory 
~/.config/MonoDevelop-4.0 in which has no log files. Another directory 
~/.config/MonoDevelop has a file labeled 'log', but it is not recording 
the item I noted in my original email and is empty after this error 
message is displayed.

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Subject: 	Re: [MonoDevelop] Partial message at top
Date: 	Sun, 20 Nov 2016 19:37:01 +0000
From: 	Matt Ward <ward.matt at gmail.com>
To: 	Thomas <krt2076 at tds.net>
CC: 	monodevelop-list at lists.dot.net

I believe that error will also be logged in the IDE log so I would take 
at the log file in the following directory:


Replace {version} with the version of MonoDevelop you are running.

On 20 November 2016 at 17:46, Thomas <krt2076 at tds.net 
<mailto:krt2076 at tds.net>> wrote:

    I am running MonoDevelop on a Raspberry Pi 3B. In following the
    introductory tutorial I tried to run the sample program. MonoDevelop
    displayed a message just above the code panel,

    "Cannot execute "/home/pi...[program name]". File name has not b..."

    That is all I can see of the message. Clicking on it, using the left
    or right arrows, etc. does not reveal more of the message. The
    message is not duplicated in other error or message panels.

    How do I see the rest of the message?

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