On Tuesday, 7 January 2014 at 12:57:15 UTC, Alexander Bothe wrote:
On Tuesday, 7 January 2014 at 06:18:44 UTC, ilya-stromberg
Still debugging does not work :(. But for others (C#,...) it
works well. Maybe it is something with dmd. I have clean
installation of Archlinux x64
On Monday, 6 January 2014 at 23:58:46 UTC, Alexander Bothe
On Thursday, 2 January 2014 at 20:13:33 UTC, Daniel Kozak
I must admit, that you do lots of awsome work on this IDE
(plugin). But still it is quiet bad. After clean install I
able to run even basic hello world. Ok I can uninstall
gnome-terminal and install xterm. After that I can run basic
terminal apps, but not debug them :(. Maybe it would be
stop adding new features and try to make it more stable.
Are you using Ubuntu?
Perhaps installing libgnome-ui might solve the problem.
Anyway, issues like these are mostly caused by MonoDevelop
which can't be run on such a huge variety of Linux setups
without further efforts - so how does this relate to
stability when I actually am able to run&debug programs?
Probably, we can add additional notice for Ubuntu users.
I use Ubuntu KDE and can debug programs, but your installation
instructions talk nothing about Ubuntu gnome.
BTW, it's also stability question. Assume that new D member
wants to install Mono-D. What he should think if it fails for
the most popular Linux OS? I understand that it's MonoDevelop
issue, but new D member doesn't know it.
Okay, I've tested everything successfully under Ubuntu 13.XX
1) Downloading&untar'ing my MD distro
2) Installing libgnomeui-0 due to that GnomePlatform error at
launching MD (okay, that was indeed a main problem until
now..but well, I'm off Ubuntu for..2 years now?)
3) Installing dmd from the d/l page
4) Installing Mono-D & the Gdb debugging addin
5) Add the dmd include path to Mono-D's settings
6) Making a test D project
7) Compile & Debug it
Now where's the actual problem with this 'routine'?
Which point except 2) wasn't written on my installation page