I’ve kinda successfully updated the entire Mono-D addin structure to the latest version(s) of MonoDevelop/Xamarin Studio right now.
And well, although there have been added a bunch very nice features that makes it very easier to e.g. format tooltips better, the old versioning and release catastrophy continues:
When you’re installing Mono-D on the currently stable Xamarin Studio, you’ll notice that there isn’t any syntax highlighting. When you’ve built Xamarin Studio/MonoDevelop 4.0 on your own, there *will* be highlighting. It’s just ridiculous. It’s caused by renamed color properties of the syntax color schemes. Why the fuck THEY HAD TO DO THIS after they released it!?
Dunno how/if I’m going to stand this through. I guess I may force each of you to build MonoDevelop on your own. Or vice versa, to stick to the 4.0-tagged version of MonoDevelop so I just keep supporting the very stable version – and nothing beyond.