[MonoDevelop] GTK# references for MD 2.8.1 on ubuntu 11.10
stifu at free.fr
Tue Nov 1 09:12:25 EDT 2011
Well, as been said, you can still build from sources. Anyway, Linux users are
used to troubles, are they not? ;)
Also, the Mono team now has to focus their efforts on stuff that really
matters in order to make enough money to survive. They don't have as much
resources as they used to.
Daniel Hughes wrote:
> The MonoDevelop website says:
> Supports Linux, Windows and Mac OSX.
> It's now almost a month after release and there is still no linux support
> for any linux distro. And if MonoDevelop does intend to drop linux support
> then the website should be updated because at the moment only Mac and
> Windows are supported.
> Did I miss the announcement of MonoDevelop dropping linux support?
> On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 7:30 PM, gustavo.rubio <gustavo@> wrote:
>> Well I just tried the OpenSUSE RC1 Build livecd for 12.1 and the packages
>> yast are 2.4 for MD
>> On the other hand, I wouldn't like to switch distro just for the sake of
>> this. And don't get me wrong, I like OpenSUSE and I even used to buy
>> sets of it but nowadays is really different and ubuntu support for many
>> things exceeds suse in my opinion.
>> What comes to my mind and seems odd is that monodevelop and mono itself
>> started as a linux project and now it seems that the priority is to have
>> windows and OSX support. There are no updated builds of Monodevelop for
>> anything else than windows or osx.
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