Thank you to the entire team at Jetbrains for producing a great product. Currently I have been enamored by the editing, refactoring, and code analysis features of the Rider IDE. It is much better than Xamarin Studio and a welcome change.
However, I am having difficulty setting up a debugging session for a .NET executable on Mono. In my previous workflow, this could be done simply by opening Xamarin Studio, then selecting "Debug Application" and giving the IDE the full path to the executable, the command line arguments and the working directory, and finally, ensuring the Mono run time is selected in the proper menu item.
In Rider this is not the case. I do not see how to tell the IDE that when it runs the defined .NET executable, it should use Mono. I looked at various sources and see screenshots and videos showing additional drop-down boxes where both the build tool and run time can be selected, appearing to the immediate left of the build type selector, CPU selector, and configuration selector. In my build of Rider, however, these drop-downs are not there. I am running the Rider build from November 21st (1.0 Public EAP) on Windows.
Is there a way to tell the Rider IDE to begin a debug session, running the application on the Mono run time? I have asserted I can run the application from inside the IDE, in the terminal window. by invoking the command line arguments just as if I were running the application in cmd.exe