N/APosted on - 02/01/2013
On my Windows (Win7 with 32-bit) I have installed Mono 2.6.4 w/ GTK# 2.12.10. I installed it with the prepackaged install .exe.
Although, when I attempt to install MonoDevelop 2.2.2 from the .msi, I receive the following error message:
Gtk# version 2.12.9 or greater must be installed.
I am confused what is happening here since I have 2.12.10 installed.
MonoDevelop 2.2.2 not installing – GTK# Issue
Hello Dear Friend,
I had the same problem. You need to install GIMP. It will install all the libraries and register it successfully.
It works for me. You can also fix this problem by following some steps. First of all you must have installed mono-xxx. MSI and GTK#. NET.
1. You need to download and install ORCA MSI editor from here.
2. After this right click on monodevelop-xxx.MSI and select edit with ORCA.
3. Then choose the “launch condition” option from tables list. Two entries will appear on the right pane.
4. Now edit the following conditions
GTKSHARPVERSION >= "2.12" OR REMOVE ~= "ALL" into GTKSHARPVERSION >= 2.12.9 OR REMOVE ~= "ALL" then save it and run installer again.
This website also has some more guidance for this error.
Hope this will help you