[tomboy-list] Developing Tomboy for OS X
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Fri Nov 14 05:59:23 PST 2008
Will have to look more at this later, but in the past I had to build the
Tomboy project, then each add-in project...I would get errors if I tried
to rebuild the whole solution. Not sure what's up with it. Try and see
if that works for you?
I'm going to give up and just get the makefiles working, probably
(following Banshee's example). Then you'll be able to build via MD's
makefile integration, but you'll have to run autogen.sh first. Just
need some time to sit down and do it.
Alexander Schearer wrote:
> Any steps I need to take besides running the installers for Mono and
> MonoDevelop? When I load the solution in MonoDevelop and attempt to
> build I get an error about finding the GTK assembly.
> On Nov 13, 2008, at 9:56 AM, Sandy Armstrong wrote:
>> Alexander Schearer wrote:
>>> Hey I'm interested in working on Tomboy's recent mac incarnation.
>>> Truth be told though I'm a little overwhelmed by the project -- where
>>> should I start looking? So far I've started with revision 2229 which
>>> appears to relevant... If I wanted to start hacking should I simply
>>> check out the entire tree and start with the files touched in this
>> Building Tomboy on OS X is a bit of a mess right now...I'll respond
>> later with some more details for you, but here are some quick tips:
>> * Follow everything but the build instructions on this wiki page:
>> * Make sure you have Mono 2.0.1 and MonoDevelop 1.9 installed from
>> * Open up Tomboy.mac.sln and start playing with it. You can use
>> MonoDevelop to build, and bundle-mac-app.sh to create a Tomboy.app to
>> test after you build.
>> Help on the Mac side would be very much appreciated, is there anything
>> in particular that interests you? Here are the open mac bugs:
>> Will write more later,
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