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MonoOSC?

Roger Luedecke
ANy plans to get this working again? I'm at a loss as to how to get it going
though I had branched the project etc. Frankly, I'm figuring out the build
service, and think monoosc would go a long way  to fostering a quicker
understanding.
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Re: MonoOSC?

Raymond Wooninck-2
Hi Robert,

> ANy plans to get this working again? I'm at a loss as to how to get it going
> though I had branched the project etc. Frankly, I'm figuring out the build
> service, and think monoosc would go a long way  to fostering a quicker
> understanding.

The situation is unfortunately that the author is not really working on
MonoOSC anymore actively. But what is not working anymore ? I have just
packaged it, but am not using it anymore for quite some long time now. I have
the feeling that it might be the API's that are no longer compatible. But
please create either a bug report or send me a private email what is wrong.

Thanks

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Roger Luedecke
Ah, its probably just me not knowing what I'm doing then. It said it needed a
dependency that couldn't be provided. Could you spare me a link to your
version?
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Raymond Wooninck-2
Hi Roger,

> Ah, its probably just me not knowing what I'm doing then. It said it needed
a
> dependency that couldn't be provided. Could you spare me a link to your
> version?

All the packages of MonoOSC should be in openSUSE:<version>:Contrib. I don't
have anything else anywhere else :-)

But which dependency couldn't be provided ?

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Roger Luedecke
That repository no longer exists. It was some... syntax higlighting something
or other.
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Raymond Wooninck-2
Hi Roger,

> That repository no longer exists. It was some... syntax higlighting
something
> or other.

It seems the repo was not created for 12.1, so for 12.1 you could find the
Contrib repo at the following location:  
openSUSE:Factory:Contrib/openSUSE_12.1.

The SyntaxHighlighting package is in that same repo, so maybe zypper doesn't
automatically select it, but it should be possible to select it by hand.

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Roger Luedecke
The Contrib repo was discontinued.
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gregfreemyer
Roger,

Look at:

http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=monoosc&baseproject=openSUSE%3A12.1&lang=en&exclude_debug=true

I don't know why it is there, but it is.

I installed monoosc for OS 12.1 from there yesterday.

But, it doesn't seem to work for me.  If you get it working I'd be curious.

Greg

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Roger Luedecke
I got a version that launches. It crashed on me. I'll dig up the info
tomorrow.
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surfzoid
Hi
I m the father of MonoOSC, true, i'm not really active anymore, most because there wasn't any feedback.
But let me know, with most information, what's wrong and i can look what can i do.
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surfzoid
Hi
I'm forget this good startup help :
http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:MonoOSC_guide
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Roger Luedecke
On Wed, 2012-05-30 at 04:08 -0700, surfzoid wrote:
> Hi
> I'm forget this good startup help :
> http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:MonoOSC_guide
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> View this message in context: http://opensuse.14.n6.nabble.com/MonoOSC-tp3393859p4966152.html
> Sent from the opensuse-buildservice mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
I tried it once, and it didn't seem to work right. Is this still being
supported?

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surfzoid
I' haven't got so much time, but yes i can try to do some support.
First of all, start MonoOSC from an console and copy paste the console output by using something else like http://pastebin.com/
Describe, most precise as yu can, the problem
-Step to reproduce
-MonoOSC and dependencies version
-Environment/OS
-Mono framework version, or if windows, .Net version ......................
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surfzoid
This post was updated on .
yes, that the problem describe in previous post of this thread, yu need to install the RPM SyntaxHighlighting, also, i recommended yu to install my rpmspecmanager, from OSS rpm database, this will really help yu too.
Please, use the thread to answer, like that we will see better all the history, i paste here (http://opensuse.14.n6.nabble.com/template/NamlServlet.jtp?macro=reply&node=4966228) your answer :
The wiki page helped me a lot.  I can now see my home projects and packages within those projects.  Previously, I did not recognize the refresh button on the settings dialog box for what it was.

After the basics shown on the wiki page (ignoring the video) I selected a specific package in a specific project and clicked edit metadata.

It crashed with:  http://pastebin.com/TGi2mr3G

I've seen this basic crash before with MonoOSC.  I suspect the package is missing a dependency.

This is opensuse 12.1.  Mostly the base release with the Contrib repo added in.

Various mono versions:
===
> zypper se -s Mono | grep ^i
i | MonoOBSFramework             | package    | 1.0.2.1.r353-6.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
i | MonoOSC                      | package    | 1.0.2.1.r353-6.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
i | avahi-mono                   | package    | 0.6.30-10.1.2    | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | libmono-2_0-1                | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-addins                  | package    | 0.6.2-2.1.2      | noarch | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-basic                   | package    | 2.10-3.1.3       | noarch | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-core                    | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-data                    | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-data-oracle             | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-data-sqlite             | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-devel                   | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-extras                  | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-mvc                     | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-nunit                   | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-tools                   | package    | 2.10-3.1.2       | noarch | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-wcf                     | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-web                     | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | mono-winforms                | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | monodevelop                  | package    | 2.4.2-3.1.2      | noarch | openSUSE Current OSS  
i | monodoc-core                 | package    | 2.10.6-2.1.3     | x86_64 | openSUSE Current OSS  
===

fyi: No rush.  I normally use the CLI, so I'm just experimenting with MonoOSC to see what it can do easier than the CLI.

Hope that helps
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gregfreemyer
>> yes, that the problem describe in previous post of this thread, yu need to
>> install the RPM SyntaxHighlighting, also, i recommended yu to install my
>> rpmspecmanager, from OSS rpm database, this will really help yu too.


I already have recent versions of both of those installed:

===
> sudo zypper se -s SyntaxHighlighting
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S | Name                     | Type       | Version     | Arch   | Repository              
--+--------------------------+------------+-------------+--------+-------------------------
i | SyntaxHighlighting       | package    | 1.0.1.3-8.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
v | SyntaxHighlighting       | package    | 1.0.1.3-8.1 | i586   | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
  | SyntaxHighlighting       | srcpackage | 1.0.1.3-8.1 | noarch | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
  | SyntaxHighlighting-devel | package    | 1.0.1.3-8.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
  | SyntaxHighlighting-devel | package    | 1.0.1.3-8.1 | i586   | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
===
> sudo zypper se -s rpmspecmanager
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S | Name           | Type       | Version    | Arch   | Repository              
--+----------------+------------+------------+--------+-------------------------
i | RpmSpecManager | package    | 1.0r84-1.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
v | RpmSpecManager | package    | 1.0r84-1.1 | i586   | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
  | RpmSpecManager | srcpackage | 1.0r84-1.1 | noarch | openSUSE:Factory:Contrib
===


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surfzoid
Hum, sound llike either an packaging error, or an mono framework / gac util bug who don't registrer correctly the dll.
could yu give me please the console output of the command : ls /usr/lib/syntaxhighlighting

As i say in the help menu of MonoOSC, there is an monoosc irc chanel if you want live help, you will need some waiting but be sure to be welcome :D.
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Robert : - Syntaxh is always installed in /usr/lib/ ?                                           |
              - in the spec file, is there :                                                                   |
%post
gacutil -i /usr/lib/syntaxhighlighting/SyntaxHighlighting.dll
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I use it in my spec file to prevent mono change/bug .........                               |
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gregfreemyer
On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 11:32 AM, surfzoid <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hum, sound llike either an packaging error, or an mono framework / gac
> util
> bug who don't registrer correctly the dll.
> could yu give me please the console output of the command : ls
> /usr/lib/syntaxhighlighting
>
> As i say in the help menu of MonoOSC, there is an monoosc irc chanel if
> you
> want live help, you will need some waiting but be sure to be welcome :D.
>

I suspect MonoOSC doesn't work for 64-bit machines.

== details
I'm not much of a IRC user and I'm not in a rush.  We could move it to
bugzilla if you prefer.

Anyway I don't have a /usr/lib/syntaxhighlighting folder.

I do have /usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting.:

===
> ls -l /usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting/
total 68
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root   111 Nov 11  2011 GenDoc.sh
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  1636 Nov 11  2011 HtmlTransform.xslt
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  9241 Nov 11  2011 langageDefinition.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  1621 Nov 11  2011 RtfTransform.xslt
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   284 Nov 11  2011 StructureDefinitionLangage.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   809 Nov 11  2011 StructureFichierXML.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   658 Nov 11  2011 Style.css
-rwxr-xr-x 2 root root 31232 Nov 11  2011 SyntaxHighlighting.dll
===

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surfzoid
Please, what is the output of :
gacutil -l|grep SyntaxHighlighting
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surfzoid
This post was updated on .
i found other possible issue, upgrading to the last mono version or .Net 3.5, require, to register again syntaxhilighting, so, if sintaxhiglighting was installed before, it could be the issue
could you try please to register it again by using the following command as root :
gacutil -i /usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting/SyntaxHighlighting.dll
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gregfreemyer
On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 6:22 PM, surfzoid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> i found other possible issue, upgrading to the last mono version or .Net 3.5,
> requiere, to register again syntaxhilighting, so, if sintaxhiglighting was
> installed before, it could be the issu
> could you try please toregister it again by using the folowing command as
> root :
> gacutil -i /usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting/SyntaxHighlighting.dll

===
> gacutil -i /usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting/SyntaxHighlighting.dll

Failure adding assembly
/usr/lib64/syntaxhighlighting/SyntaxHighlighting.dll to the cache: gac
directories could not be created, possibly permission issues.

===
And I don't have anything related to SyntaxHighlighting registered at all:

ie. "gacutil -l|grep SyntaxHighlighting" returns nothing.

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