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Problems using monodevelop for python in linux

Hi. I sucessfully followed the github directions for installing mono and running the python code.  I'd like to use monodevelop as an IDE, but when I try to load the lean sle file, it says it can't load a project with a .pyproj file. I assume I need to add python support, but don't see python in language bindings. Any ideas?   I'm running linux mint 18.  

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In order to load the Algorithm.PythonTools project (pyproj file), you need Python Tools for Visual Studio.
Apparently, there is no equivalent for MonoDevelop, therefore you need to unload the project.
You will still be able to develop your algorithms in Lean with MonoDevelop without that project, since the files are accessible throught the Algorithm.Python project.

General questions like should be asked in Lean's Google Groups.

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