[Mono-dev] Monodevelop & Gtk# 3
Federico Di Gregorio
fog at dndg.it
Mon Oct 27 09:47:23 UTC 2014
On 26/10/2014 21:10, Marius Ungureanu wrote:
> Heya! It seems you have gtk-sharp 3 installed on the system.
> Did you build it from sources? If so, grab gtk-sharp 2.12.2x and build it instead.
> Арсен Шнурков <arsen.shnurkov at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >Hi, i found your post
>> >and right now I an unable to build monodevelop 18.104.22.168
>> >this is full build log (sources from git):
>> >this is the first error:
>> >CSC: error CS1705: Assembly `gdk-sharp, Version=22.214.171.124,
>> >Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=35e10195dab3c99f' references
>> >`glib-sharp, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral,
>> >PublicKeyToken=35e10195dab3c99f' which has a higher version number
>> >than imported assembly `glib-sharp, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral,
>> >What to do to finish compilation?
The problem is that if you have both Gtk# 2 and Gtk# 3 xbuild prefers
the one with the highest version number. To compile MonoDevelop you
should install Gtk# 2 and _remove_ Gtk# 3. This patch to mono makes
xbuild always prefer the original version of the DLLs used in the
project (it's what I use to build MonoDevelop while having Gtk# 3
installed) but probably makes xbuild different from msbuild and won't be
I guess that MonoDevelop .csproj doesn't set SpecificVersion because
Gtk# bumps its version number at every release and that would make
MonoDevelop unbuildable with new versions without changing the project.
IMHO the correct approach would be:
1) Set SpecificVersion to true in MD projects
2) Have Gtk# bump file version at every release but keep the assembly
tl;dr uninstall Gtk# 3 and install Gtk# 2 to build.
Federico Di Gregorio federico.digregorio at dndg.it
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