Project Page: GitHub Repository
MonoHelper offers XBuild integration into Visual Studio, so you can use Mono within Visual Studio (Build & Run). When using XBuild or XRebuild command, MonoHelper detects current installed Mono Runtime or use preconfigured installation path, call XBuild with current configuration settings and outputs the results into the Output Console. It also generates pdb symbol files, so you can debug XBuild compiled programs with Visual Studio (running with .NET Runtime - seeStackoverflow about how this is done). If you want to run your program with installed Mono runtime, this is also possible. If you want to provide Feedback, visit the GitHub Repository.
Please note that you have to run XBuild compiled programs via MonoHelper menu, if you use VS Start Debugging or similar VS2012 rebuilds your solution and you get a MSBuild.
Screen 1: Possible MonoHelper options
Screen 2: Output of XBuild
Screen 3: Running XBuild compiled program under Mono runtime
Screen 4: Configuring Mono Runtime Path