Monday, August 11, 2008

F# Addin for Monodevelop

I just finished draft version of F# Addin for Monodevelop. This addin provides support of F# compiler in Monodevelop IDE. You could find new version of Monodevelop in Mono 2.0 Preview. Take a look!





You can find sources and brief documentation here

12 comments:

choy said...

very cool.

rla3rd said...

I installed and compiled mono and monodevelop 2.0 previews, after fixing the references i get the following errors. Any help greatly appreciated.


FSharpBinding/Gui/CodeGenerationPanel.cs(80,44): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `MultiConfigItemOptionsPanel' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?

FSharpBinding/Project/FSharpCompilerParameters.cs(26,24): error CS0234: The type or namespace name `Serialization' does not exist in the namespace `MonoDevelop.Core'. Are you missing an assembly reference?

FSharpBinding/Gui/CompilerOptionsPanelWidget.cs(138,45): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `ItemOptionsPanel' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?

FSharpBinding/Project/FSharpResourceIdBuilder.cs(37,28): error CS0234: The type or namespace name `Formats' does not exist in the namespace `MonoDevelop.Projects'. Are you missing an assembly reference?

FSharpBinding/Gui/GlobalOptionsPanel.cs(31,56): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `OptionsPanel' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?

rla3rd said...

oops, just a reminder to everyone, remove your monodevelop 1 binaries before you build monodevelop 2.0 alpha from source

Frank Thomsen said...

I just installed MonoDevelop 2.0 alpha 2 and wanted to check out your f# binding. I managed to resolve the reference issues but still it complains that 'Parser' does not exist in the namespace 'MonoDevelop.Projects'. So I can't compile your project.

I am a complete newbie when it comes to Linux - just so you know it (if it wasn't obvious).

Gabriel Florit said...

I think you have to use MonoDevelop.Projects.Dom.Parser instead.

I still have a problem, though. Line 155 of FSharpBindingCompileManager complains about the switch expecting a variable.

Алексей said...

After fixing the references and changing
'using MonoDevelop.Projects.Parser;'
to
'using MonoDevelop.Projects.Dom.Parser;'

i get

'Cannot convert type `MonoDevelop.Projects.ConfigurationParameters' to `FSharpBinding.FSharpCompilerParameters'
in file 'CodeGenerationPanel.cs'

monodevelop 2.0
Can you help me?..

Алексей said...

Sorry, that's the full text of errors

[Task:File=/home/anti/Projects/Gui/CodeGenerationPanel.cs, Line=51, Column=73, Type=Error, Priority=Normal, Description=Cannot convert type `MonoDevelop.Projects.ConfigurationParameters' to `FSharpBinding.FSharpCompilerParameters'(CS0030)]

[Task:File=/home/anti/Projects/Gui/CompilerOptionsPanelWidget.cs, Line=44, Column=98, Type=Error, Priority=Normal, Description=Cannot convert type `MonoDevelop.Projects.ConfigurationParameters' to `FSharpBinding.FSharpCompilerParameters'(CS0030)]

HOTPOTATO said...

Got the same cast issue than the gentleman with the cyrilic letters firstname. I'm using monodevelop 2.1 snapshot of around 2009-05-05, the one used to issue the precompiled .DMG for MAC OSX. Mono is release 2.4. Such a pitty. Would like to learn F# on this platform. I'm a GUI frustrated OCaml'ers :-)

安虎手 慈恵夫 said...

I'm stuck in the same problem with casting. Some help would REALLY be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

HansDude said...
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Matt said...

Will you be updating this to work with MonoDevelop 2.4?

blog said...

I'm with Matt: Is there a way to make this work on MD 2.4?