[Mono-dev] Building MonoDevelop 4.0.4 on Ubuntu Desktop 13.04
keks9n at gmail.com
Tue Apr 30 02:51:24 UTC 2013
Hello Jesse. You need gnome-sharp packages in GAC and pkg-config. You can
use my PPA ( https://launchpad.net/~keks9n/+archive/monodevelop-latest ) to
obtain needed dependencies. Currently they are build for 12.10, but you can
install them in 13.04
2013/4/29 JesseBuesking <jessebuesking at gmail.com>
> I'm attempting to build MonoDevelop from the git source on Ubuntu Desktop
> 13.04, but I'm fairly certain I'm doing something wrong.
> I've got a script that builds each component, semi-closely following
> doing it as a parallel install (/opt/mono).
> When it gets to the point that it's compiling MonoDevelop, I always get an
> error for "GnomePlatform.cs(29,7): error CS0246: The type or namespace name
> `Gnome' could not be found. Are you missing an assembly reference?"
> I then noticed on http://www.mono-project.com/Parallel_Mono_Environments
> that one of the steps is to build gtk-sharp v 1.0.10. When I attempt to do
> so (from the git source), I get errors like "art/Makefile.am:28: addprefix
> $(srcdir: non-POSIX variable name".
> Maybe someone that knows more can glance over my main install script
> (install_all.sh) and see if perhaps I'm using a conflicting package. I'm
> attempting to use the latest tag available for each project, so maybe there
> are known conflicts that I'm running into.
> Also, feel free to look over the rest of the installation scripts. At one
> point I was installing mono-tools and mono-addins from git, but then I
> noticed that when you git submodule in MonoDevelop it installs those.
> Scripts: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/linv9ge6j08lyc7/6FWsZfirrC/monoinstall
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