[Mono-dev] Editing mono in IDE?
marek.safar at gmail.com
Sun Jun 8 06:32:54 UTC 2014
You would most likely like to create your own solution from existing
You don't have to. Opening a csproj file you are interested in will
generate sln file for you when you open it in VS/XS and will have all
dependencies you need. This is for the case you have working master mono
and want to write/debug code in XS/VS.
> These days I've been working on Microsoft.Build.dll these days with my own
> solution and projects [*1] because the centralized msvc/scripts/net_4_5.sln
> is quite useless (too big). And I can't think of any generalized way of
> generating "appropriate set of projects" for each classlib assembly.
> [*1] https://github.com/atsushieno/mono/blob/msbuilddll2/msvc/
> Atsushi Eno
> Hüning, Christian wrote:
>> I wondered if there is a way to efficiently and effectively develop mono
>> with an IDE like Xamarin Studio / Visual Studio? I couldn’t find a central
>> .sln file or something (did find quite a lot .sln files, but none that
>> seemed to be THE solution file, if there is any).
>> Is that even intended?
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