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I tried adding the "System.Reactive 3.1.1" package to the "Mono" version on the Mac, and while the System.Reactive is shown on the NuGet package list, nothing gets added automatically with the "#r" and I do not know what I could load. I tried the obvious #r "System.Reactive", but it claims that it is not there.
The same happens with the Mac (Full) mode.
This is a known issue with "metapackages" that do not have any actual assemblies in them--we've got an idea for a fix but it depends on some other work.
In the meantime, you can work around it for System.Reactive specifically by adding these `#r`'s:
That should get you all the necessary APIs.
Another possible workaround for this bug: enable pre-release packages and install System.Reactive 4.0.0 previews. Per the Rx team, they've changed the way packages are built going forward so that all of the implementation is in System.Reactive and the other packages simply contain type forwarders.