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I have this code which works perfectly everywhere else:
#pragma warning disable
if (ID == null)
Core.DebugLog("Invalid key for window: " + ID);
Info info = WindowInfo[ID];
info.X = this.Left;
info.Y = this.Top;
info.Width = this.Width;
info.Height = this.Height;
#pragma warning enable
but after I upgraded mono on my system (this happens now both on debian as well as ubuntu) I am getting errors from xbuild like this:
XBuild Engine Version 12.0
Mono, Version 188.8.131.52
Copyright (C) 2005-2013 Various Mono authors
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(242,12): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `catch'
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(242,29): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `fail'
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(242,33): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `)'
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(248,8): error CS1524: Unexpected symbol `private', expecting `catch' or `finally'
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(248,34): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `(', expecting `catch' or `finally'
GTK/PidgeonForm.cs(250,27): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `null', expecting `catch' or `finally'
removal of #pragma lines apparently fix the problem, but it should work, it does in visual studio and older xbuild / mono for sure
This is kind of expected.
"#pragma warning enable" is wrong syntax. You need to use #pragma warning restore.
Recent versions give better error message