monodevelop(1) General Commands Manual monodevelop(1)NAME
monodevelop - Free GNOME Development Environment
monodevelop [options] [projectfile]
monodevelop Free GNOME Development Environment
Run mono in debug mode
Run mono in trace mode
Run mono in profile mode
force MD to open a new instance instead of passing to a running one. This option is forced if opening a combine.
The logging level, possible values are `fatal', `error', `warn', `info' and `debug'. The default is to log fatal, error and warn.
Use colour in log - true or false. The default is false.
If set, log is written to the specified file.
The logging level, possible values are `fatal', `error', `warn', `info' and `debug'. Valid only if MONODEVELOP_LOG_FILE is speci-
fied. The default is to log fata, error, warn and info.
SEE ALSO mdtool(1), mono(1), mcs(1)COPYRIGHT
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prj2make(prj2make 1.0) prj2make(prj2make 1.0)
prj2make - Makefile generator from Visual Studio and Sharp Develop solution files.
prj2make options file
The prj2make tool will produce Makefiles or NMakefiles from Visual Studio solution files (files ending in .sln or .csproj) or SharpDevelop
combine files (files ending in .cmbx or .prjx).
This tool is commonly used to compile on Unix source code which has been originally developed with Visual Studio or SharpDevelop.
This tool can also be used to convert Visual Studio project files (.sln or .csproj) into Sharp Develop .prjx/.cmbx files, use the
`-csproj2prjx' for this.
By default prj2make will produce Makefiles suitable to be consumed by Unix Make. If your application needs to target nmake, you can use
the option `-isNmake'.
OPTIONS -c , -isCsc
Use csc instead of mcs on the generated files.
Runs in conversion mode, and turns a csproj/sln into a set of prjx/cmbx files.
-n , -isNmake
Produce makefiles suitable to be used by Nmake.
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Visit: http://www.mono-project.com for details
SEE ALSO mcs(1),mono(1),make(1),mono-config(5)
When logging into solaris box through ssh, my profile does not get set correctly and I'm presented with the default ksh prompt "$".
When logging in through telnet, everything is set correctly. Is there a special profile that sshd runs?
ssh2: F-Secure SSH 2.4.0 (build 15) on sparc-sun-solaris2.8 (0 Replies)
If my laptop is running OpenSuSE and i connect it to a Novell/SuSE network, would i be able to log on or not? do i still need the novell client and is there a novell client for a linux distro?
any info would be welcome. thanks (1 Reply)