Whenever I try to install MonoDevelop it fails on the "./configure" command.
configure: error: Cannot enable GNOME platform without gnome-sharp-2.0
I have installed Mono 3.2 successfully into the
/usr/opt directory. I have installed Gnome Sharp into the
When I go to my MonoDevelop directory (the place where the decompressed tarbal is) and execute
./configure --prefix="/opt/monodevelop it exist with the error above.
I do in fact have the Gnome Sharp library installed. I got it from https://github.com/mono/gnome-sharp and it should thus be up-to-date.
I do want to note though, that the only files I can find inside the
/opt/gtk seem to be gtk-related; and as Mono Develop says it did find GTK-Sharp but didn't find Gnome-Sharp, I'm assuming they are different things. I am 100% positive though I installed Gnome-Sharp and it was into the GTK directory.
I installed Gnome Sharp with the following command sequence:
./configure --prefix="/opt/gtk" make sudo make install
How do I make this work? I do not want to install anything through a package manager like apt or aptitude.