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I'd like to create an application that can communicate with my spreadsheets with google documents.

I've installed MonoDevelop 2.6 and I've libgdata1.7-cil (Google's API for C#) installed on my computer.

Now, when I start a new project with MonoDevelop, I'm seeking for a reference assembly that would look like Google.GData or something like that, but I just can't find it...

Should I seek it manually inside my computer or am I missing something?

Thank you for your tips...

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Ok, I've found the problem, the libgdata1.7-cil is for the applications to work without the assembly useful for the development.

To be able to create an application that uses Google's API for C#, you need to download the libgdata-cil-dev, that you can find with synaptic.

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