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    lytico
    @lytico
    yes, nice, good idea. i just did quick gathering of tasks.
    Miguel de Icaza
    @migueldeicaza
    Good luck folks
    Might be a chance to port to Gtk3, which under business pressure we never had a chance to.
    I would also recommend using Discord for discussions, as it is quite nice, and it is free for open source communities
    I think it is a bit better than Gitter, but keep me posted nonetheless of where things go
    Bruno B. de Souza
    @knuxbbs

    some discussions are happening here: https://github.com/dotdevelop/community/issues

    everyone is welcome.

    Andres G. Aragoneses
    @knocte
    I disagree about switching to Discord; but anyway I won't be able to contribute much time to this effort (at least in the coming months) so feel free to disregard my opinion
    mickjack
    @mickjack_twitter
    Is support for Ubuntu 20.04 coming? The 18.04 repo does not seem to work on 20.04 for me.
    Oh, just reading the scrollback that monodevelop is ending! So I'm assuming no.
    Momchil Stefanov
    @momchilstefanov
    Hi guys, lately our project template in VS for Mac is opening empty solution which is not conected to the projects created by the template. We are calling IdeApp.ProjectOperations.NewSolution(string defaultTemplate, bool showTemplateSelection) . Does anyone know what might be causing this? It used to work fine in the older VS for Mac versions.
    anorangefox
    @anorangefox
    Is there a way to install MonoDevelop 6.1 in deb distros?
    Lex Li
    @lextm
    @momchilstefanov you probably need to decompile the relevant assemblies of VS for Mac to learn what changes were made. That's not an open source product, and Microsoft might make some breaking changes recently as well (and no longer code sync with MonoDevelop).
    @anorangefox 6.x is pretty old. Very likely you need to compile from 6.1 branch of the source code. You might not even compile it due to external dependency changes.
    Lex Li
    @lextm
    @mickjack_twitter Ubuntu 20.04 has tons of breaking changes, so many things break at this moment (like .NET Core SDK). Mono does have Ubuntu 20.04 support in preview channel https://www.mono-project.com/download/preview/#download-lin-ubuntu But MonoDevelop repo is not maintained after Feb, so not likely to see a preview build for Ubuntu 20.04 in the coming weeks (unless someone steps in).
    Jo Shields
    @directhex
    Nope.
    QuavoLecso
    @QuavoLecso
    Screenshot from 2020-05-04 22-56-28.png
    Hi there! I'm new to monodev. When I try to run a project i get this problem.
    Anybody knows what to do and why does this happen? Thanks!
    Bruno B. de Souza
    @knuxbbs
    Do you have dotnet 1.1.2 installed?
    note that .NET Core support in MonoDevelop is still very limited
    you should use VSCode or Rider
    QuavoLecso
    @QuavoLecso
    @knuxbbs no i dont have that installed and clicking on the provided link brings me to a page where microsoft says its discontinued so I cant even download it
    thank u tho I will take a look at Rider and VsCode
    Commaster
    @Commaster
    if only VScode wouldn't commit suicide when opening a 70k lines long .cs file from some 3rd party project...
    QuavoLecso
    @QuavoLecso
    ok then i wont look at Vscode :D :"D
    Harry
    @harry-cpp
    vs code worked fine for me for opening giant log files
    Commaster
    @Commaster
    log files maybe, but when it tries to parse such a file as part of a solution ... it's game over
    QuavoLecso
    @QuavoLecso
    Rider looks pretty awesome so far
    and i just realised ive tried vsc before and that wasn't working for me either
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    arilogue hi, i want to ask a question. as you know microsoft bought mono and in next release .net framework 5.0 will be drop web forms. asp.net will be only core. after that time mono framework will be only web forms platform for asp.net. so here is my question; will mono framework too a core platform or will they drop the web forms? i'm asking you this for i must consider to use which language in my projects. i'm thinking between asp.net core / mono asp.net / php. thanks from now and sorry for my bad english : )
    Alexander Köplinger
    @akoeplinger
    use asp.net core
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    arilogue hmm you thinking too mono will end? : /
    Alexander Köplinger
    @akoeplinger
    no, but asp.net (webforms)
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    arilogue hmm i understood. thank you Alexander
    lytico
    @lytico
    @akoeplinger so, mono will stay? i thought its merged with .net 5?
    Jo Shields
    @directhex
    Desktop framework mono still exists and gets bug fixes
    Feature work is in net5
    Vinzenz 'evilissimo' Feenstra
    @vinzenz
    hi there, does anyone know why all the monodevelop addin repos are empty? I was trying to use VS for Mac today and noticed nothing showing up
    I tracked it down on the mrep files not having any addins listed
    Jo Shields
    @directhex
    they basically need republishing every point release, and someone always forgets
    as the repo urls are version-specific
    Vinzenz 'evilissimo' Feenstra
    @vinzenz
    well I checked also 7.5 and 8.0, 8.2 etc and they were all the same somehow
    I checked it by downloading them
    but maybe I miss something
    the latest version is out already for some time too
    Vinzenz 'evilissimo' Feenstra
    @vinzenz
    Hmm ok now I feel stupid :D I checked only main.mrep but not root.mrep for other versions than 8.7
    Ofc 8.6 repos have all the add-ons
    Lex Li
    @lextm
    @Commaster That's caused by the OmniSharp extension which is not optimized for huge files. VSCode itself is rock solid.
    @matrixbot When Xamarin/Unity all migrate to .NET 5, Mono is effectively "dead" as there is going to be no major user base. You shouldn't expect enough community efforts to keep it alive to support your production usage, unless you are capable of supporting yourself.
    Forgot that VS for Mac is still Mono based. That means the parts that VS for Mac depends on might live longer.
    Commaster
    @Commaster
    @lextm but without that extension I will loose all the "IDE" features for C#, right? So sad...