Mark de Bruijn
kramieb at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 15:49:43 EST 2009
On 3/4/09, Vladimir Giszpenc <vladimir.giszpenc at gmail.com> wrote:
> FooNode parent = new FooNode();
> FooNode child = new FooNode();
> this.nodeview1.NodeStore = fooStore;
> Should both parent and child be in fooStore?
> Both rows are added to the NodeView. So the NodeView (if expanded)
> can show both.
> I tried to fix NodeStore.cs but my test application seems to be using
> an older version.
> How do I get MonoDevelop to use my new Gtk#?
> Or, how do I compile on the command line? MonoDevelop is doing magic
> that I cannot reproduce.
> "error CS2007: Unrecognized command-line option: `-pthread'"
> This is a very simple Gtk# app. There is not much more than the above code...
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Why did you try to compile it using the -pthread switch? That's one
for compiling for example Mono itself, unmanaged stuff.
Try compiling with something like gmcs -pkg:gtk-sharp program.cs
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