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Created attachment 145 [details]
mono develop showing frameworks
Older mono runtimes under MAC OS X Snow Leopard and Lion aren't being removed when installing the newest version of the MDK (2.10.4)
Created attachment 146 [details]
showig frameworks folder
It is sometimes nice to have multiple frameworks installed, so it would be great if there was a way to keep the old versions around..
I don't know if it is related but before monotouch 220.127.116.11 i had from mono 2.8.x to mono 2.10.2 runtimes installed, when i installed 2.10.2/2.10.3 on snowleopard and then monotouch 18.104.22.168 i wasn't able to debug anything on MonoDevelop2.6b2/3, with 2.10.2 it was returning 0 as ip address and 0 as port on both simulator and device.
when i installed mono 2.10.3 ip was correct but port was still 0. then i upgraded to MAC OS X Lion and had tons of MonoDevelop errors and crashes, also i couldn't deploy the app to the device then i decided to do a fresh install of everything on my mac
Installed lion, Xcode 4, Mono 2.10.3 MonoDevelop 2.6b3 and monotouch 22.214.171.124 and everything worked just right, i was able to debug, then Mono 2.10.4 came out and my debugger started to fail again, its not getting the right ip address, I installed MonoDevelop 2.6RC1 with the hope of the debugger getting fixed and it didn't work either.
I did another fresh install of lion on a friends macbook with MD 2.6RC1 Mono 2.10.4 and Monotouch 126.96.36.199 and Im able to debug without problems
So my guess is that having multiple frameworks versions installed at least on Mac bricks something and also makes monotouch debugger crazy
This has been addressed, right?
We now do remove those old versions.