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1st February 2007, 07:45 AM
Hi All ,
I am a newbie to mono .
I have Mono and MonoDevlop installed in my fedora machine .
Till now I am able to create a new project and a single window (that comes by default with the new project.) and also able to add some widgets and their functionality .
But How to create a new window ??? I am not able to create a new window .
Please help, if any one working in MonoDevelop .
Thanks in advance
2nd July 2007, 05:23 PM
first of all... do you have any experience as a programer?
have you ever program using an object oriented language like C++ or Java??
if so well the answer is quite simple!
Window name_of_your_window= new Window("Title for the Window");
that would be the command to create a new object of the Class Window in your project.
If you dont understand that, pheraps you should start by learning the basic of C# in console mode and the basic of OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
5th July 2007, 06:26 AM
What are you writing this in? Have you read things like the GtkSharp tutorials (http://www.mono-project.com/GtkSharp)?
14th July 2007, 10:02 AM
Does anyone know a way of installing monodevelop 0.14 via yum????
14th July 2007, 03:57 PM
the only way i know of installing an rpm is by using the rpm file from monodevelop's main website
15th July 2007, 01:40 AM
Why the bloody hell would anyone want to use Mono?
15th July 2007, 03:35 PM
Because I'm a C# developer and i want to learn to code in linux...and mono seems the easiest choice until i will learn something else...
15th July 2007, 08:52 PM
Well C# binaries are supposedly runnable on all platforms, so that won't teach you to learn to to code in Linux.
Anyways, read the GtkSharp tutors -- they'll get you quite far.
19th July 2007, 03:04 PM
So, if anyone interested, i successfully installed Monodevelop 0.14 from mono repo, first uninstalled mono-core and all deps from fedora, then installed everything from mono repo.
After this I got some error that he could'nt find some AddIn but solved this by removing Monodevelop dir from /home/.config/
Hope it helps someone...
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