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No GTK# version when creating new project in MonoDevelop

I’ve recently had to do a full reinstall of my development environment and ran into to some issues with monodevelop.One of these issues appeared when i tried to create a new gtk# application solution. MonoDevelop didn’t detect any gtk# versions on my system.

I had this same issue on the first time i installed mono develop on my fedora box so this time i knew what i was looking for.

Installing monodevelop with yum from fedora repositories isn’t enough to get you started on developing gtk# 2.0 apps. You are going to need to install one other package : gtk# 2.0 development. Just run : yum install gtk-sharp2-devel and this will solve your problem.

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  1. John
    September 10, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    I had the exact same issue with a fresh Ubuntu install. Cheers for pointing me in the right direction (apt-get install gtk-sharp2).

  2. SK
    March 29, 2013 at 4:21 am

    Excellent! Thanks!

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